Workforce and Employment

The digital transformation is a skills and education opportunity for all. Companies must use it

Who is responsible for ensuring young workers, future workers, and older workers have the required skills to adapt to the evolving world of work? Image: Rawpixel/Unsplash

Jean-Philippe Courtois

Executive Vice President & President, National Transformation Partnerships, Microsoft

Mario Greco

Chief Executive Officer, Zurich Insurance Group

Johnny C. Taylor Jr.

President and Chief Executive Officer, Society for Human Resource Management

Shea Gopaul

Founder and Executive Director, Global Apprenticeships Network


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