Managers in almost all major industries are currently sending themselves into a tizzy trying to solve the skills gap problem. A long-standing concern, “skills gap” is the term for the void of qualified talent that may be recognized when it comes to a company filling positions.

And, even in an economy where people lack jobs, the skills gap is real: In the Talent Shortage Survey, the Manpower Group in 2015 surveyed 41,700 hiring managers in 42 countries; the survey revealed that 38 percent of participating employers said they had difficulty filling jobs.

Click here to read how managers can identify and fill the Skills Gap from Andre Lavoie’s publication at the Entrepreneur. 

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