Most of us had some kind of challenge with our continued learning in 2021 it was just a year to keep going despite all the difficulties that Covid and other challenges we had to face.
With the huge amounts of pressure throughout the last 24 months most employers were focused on staying afloat rather than making employee learning and development the number one priority.
However, 2022 will be very different as many wise employers and line managers will, change gears quickly as we head into 2022 and business confidence continues to improve.
Professional Learning and development has always been an essential part of employee engagement, but with so much time wasted in the past two years, we now must recognize in the current climate, it’s time to get back on these fundamental skills necessary to be competitive.
A lot of information from across the globe right now is talking about mass resignations in 2022 as people have discovered new and more important priorities to achieving career outcomes
It is now a time for Employers to focus on key people and look at roles within the business and make some very important decisions.
It’s more important than ever that employees feel valued and supported with career development otherwise they will be a part of the mass exodus from jobs.
There are few better ways to do this than by investing in peoples career growth and sharing a vision of the business future.
Important Information from recent Statistics!
The World Economic Forum estimates that by 2025, 85 million jobs may fade into obscurity due to technological advancements.
However, and this is so important, we will still need skilled people who can manage the critical human skills required to bring the business and the technology together
So, as we approach 2022 (can you believe it!), learning isn’t just a nice-to-have, it’s an absolute essential in creating a viable workforce for the future.