Did you know that 1 in 5 businesses in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent reported a digital skills gap before the pandemic?
Every business will need to be ‘Net Zero’ by 2050 – has your business started to make the transition?
Do you need to change to adapt to the new world?
Now more than ever, businesses recognise that their greatest asset is their workforce. But most are realising that their people’s skills need to change.
Is that you?
Do you need to diversify or adapt employee skills to wear more hats? Do you need to build more effective, virtual customer-relationships online? Do you need to change your product and delivery – even get to 24 hour turnarounds?
Do you have the skills to tackle and exploit the advantage of the UK’s exit from the EU? What about Net Zero? Can you use ‘big data’ – an essential for businesses for all sizes in the future? What about your future workforce? Can you see a problem or a lack of skills in the future?
Now’s the time to tell skills and educations leaders at a local, regional and national level what your challenges are, and what skills you need in the current and future workforce.
By taking part in a 25 minute survey, you’re helping to revolutionise local people’s skills to ensure you have a pipeline of local people with the rights skills you need now and in the future.
The Business Skills for Growth Survey is open during February and March for you to have your say – and change the future of skills in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.