According to the Harvard Business Review, employers significantly decreased degree requirements for high-skill positions and mid-skill positions between 2017 and 2019. Instead of focusing purely on degrees and work experience, many employers are now transitioning to a skills-centric talent management strategy.
This focus makes sense because skills-based talent management offers several notable advantages over traditional candidate-screening practices. Below, we explore the benefits of skills-based talent management and outline how your organization can leverage this innovative employee acquisition and retention strategy.
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The best way to implement an effective skills-based talent management strategy is to leverage skills tests for hiring, training, and employee development.
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