A LOOK AT TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTIONS ON THE HORIZON
As the nation’s largest industrial staffing company, EmployBridge has seen firsthand the disruptive impact of machine automation and emerging technologies on today’s supply chain.
In this new world, the ability to meet increasing productivity and quality demands while reducing costs and growing profitability lies squarely in automation. However, the shift requires supply chain leaders to prepare their operations, infrastructure and, most importantly, workforce model to harness new technologies.
Be prepared for the disruptions on the horizon and download our white paper today.
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Key Highlights from our Talent Disrupters White Paper
The age of automation is projected to lose 75 million job roles, while at the same time adding 133 million new job titles/roles by the year 2022.
Automation-age workers will be asked to perform new tasks using rapidly advancing technologies, requiring a brand-new set of skills and training.
The current skills gap will challenge many supply chain employers as an estimated 2.4 million positions will be unfilled between 2018 and 2028.
The use of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to train workers on unfamiliar tasks will become mainstream, as will simulation training and online learning systems.
Apprenticeships are being heralded as an effective solution to the skills gap, as they help workers master new skills through on-the-job training.