There are millions of job openings in the United States but companies cannot find workers with the right skills, training and credentials to fill them. The inability to find a talented pool of workers with the right skills to fill these jobs constrains industry growth and hurts our competitive edge. By 2020, 65% of jobs will require a college degree or postsecondary credential. We’re facing a shortage of 5 million skilled workers for these types of jobs. Businesses must invest in more strategic ways to help their employees get college degrees. Business Champions are committed to getting more business leaders nationwide to invest in ongoing education, training and career advancement support for their employees.
⭐ Business Champions: How an employer-led movement is addressing the national skills supply & demand problem.
- ⭐ Implications of upskilling for Health Care Service Corporation.
- ⭐ Positive ROI supports workforce investment.
👉 How Business Champions helps companies enhance talent development.
- 👉 How HCSC’s successful programs and initiatives for its front-line workforce link to Business Champions’ overall strategies.
- 👉 The evidence from an ROI analysis demonstrates that credentialing the front-line workforce saves money for the company and advances the employees.
Help us spread the word: Business Champions companies are establishing thought leadership and are seen as role models for other companies looking to become a preferred employer and recruit better talent. Learn how you can contribute in sharing best practices identified to address the talent gap and shortage of skilled workers in the U.S. by visiting businesschampions.org.