Employee Performance: Is the Skills Gap Due to Environment, Behavior or Leadership?
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“In PwC’s 22nd annual global CEO survey, “four out of five CEOs bemoaned their employees’ lack of essential skills and identified that as a threat to growth.” With a worldwide skills gap that was one of the top three concerns of 79% of the CEOs surveyed, what can companies do?
A company’s growth is directly linked to employee performance. If it is apparent that there is a skills gap within the company, business leaders and managers are responsible for examining whether it is due to the work environment, employee behavior or leadership and then taking the correct measures to close it.”
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