The skills gap is a multi-dimensional problem with widespread roots.Or you can simply check out this infographic which I found while I was searching about it " INFOGRAPHIC: SKILLS GAP- A RISING THREAT TO INDUSTRIES & ECONOMIES"
From India, Gurgaon
It is really difficult to hire talented people for your company. We know good salary is important for employees but environment of a company is also important. The other problem is people do not come for interviews because of long distances even they want to join but still have problems in coming for interview. There is a solution for solving the problem of candidate interviews which I am personally using for hiring. This is https://www.intervuelive.com/ an online video interviews platform. You can also try it.
From India, Mohali
To fill a vacancy is a challenge for all recruiters. You might face difficulties in every single part of recruitment process, from sourcing to decision making. We used to think that candidates need jobs and they will find us by themselves, but time has changed! Is it time for recruiters to put themselves in candidates' shoes?
From Vietnam, Hanoi
Skill gap is understood in HR terminology as the gap between the actual skills required to perform a job and the skills possessed by an employee doing that job.Sources to understand the gap can be job description, job design,KPAs and KRA's and the performance review reports etc.
B.Saikumar

From India, Mumbai
National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has released the results of the survey in 2014, in which HR professionals will tell us what skills they most appreciated in recruiting. You may be surprised with "top 10" skills below:



- Teamwork ability;



- Ability to make decisions and solve problems;



- The ability to communicate with others (both inside and outside the enterprise);



- Ability to plan, organize and division of work, receive and process information.



You can see all above elements are soft skills which could help people work together more effectively. And all is determined by EQ. Therefore, you would be hard to find a specific course in school only teach these skills.



- Ability to analyze data on technological knowledge related to work



- Ability to use computer software fluently. Ability to write / edit reports



- Sales ability and influential to others



The next 5 skills in the ranking focus more on specific skills including the ability to analyze, writing skills and proficiency in the use of computers.

Source: The skills required for a job in 2015

From Vietnam, Hanoi
hi please suggest something good on professional certifications as i am planning to pursue one.
From India, Gurgaon
hi guys do we need to recertify even if we are not in tech field? because I feel recertification is really not a big issue if you are not in any technology related job
From India, Gurgaon
hi please answer what is challenge to retain talent in any organization?
From India, Gurgaon
Please give us your background and tell us why you have raised that question. Sometimes I wonder if it is a student that is raising a question to answer his/her assignment!!
From United Kingdom
Dear Aakshay Singh
The topic of Talent retention has been discussed many times in this forum.
Please try Cite HR archives to study them.
Type “Talent Retention” inside the box 'Search'
that you find in the title bar right above.
After typing in the box, press the “Enter” key.
You will get lot of information.
V.Raghunathan

From India

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