Workforce and Employment

How an overhaul of talent assessment can bridge the giant skills gap and solve our labour crisis 

The skills gap: industry leaders say there's a need for more people in the trades Image: REUTERS/Darren Hauck (UNITED STATES)

Japman Bajaj

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