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BLF04 - Skilling to Unlock Your Workforce Potential

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To create better job opportunities for all, prepare for the impact of emerging technologies on the workforce, and more effectively fill vacant roles with the right people and skills, organizations must focus on creating an environment that offers the skills training and learning opportunities required to help new and current employees advance in their careers. In this session, Jaime Fall, director of UpSkill America at the Aspen Institute, shares insight into today’s upskilling movement and the positive impact it can have on an employee’s career track and an employer’s bottom line. Joining the discussion is Jon Kaplan, VP of Training and Development for Discover Financial Services, sharing details on his company’s innovative new program that is providing thousands of Discover employees with the opportunity to earn a fully paid college degree.


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HR Director, HR Executive, IT Director, IT Executive
3,500 Employees or More, 500 to 3,499 Employees, Fewer Than 500 Employees
Human Resources, Industry Trends and Business Outcomes, IT
Talent
All Levels
Business Leader Forum
1 hour
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