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ASHRM Feb 28 | ZOOM Program - Skills Gap

  • Tuesday, February 28, 2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Virtual Event!

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  • Fee for non-members of SHRM or for those SHRM members that have not designated ASHRM as their chapter

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skills gap

The skills gap is real—and growing. HR can help bridge the gap, deploying strategies and tools to prepare students and workers for today and tomorrow.


SHRM’s research finds that 8 out of 10 HR professionals report that high-demand and soft skills are in short supply. Employers need workers with the hard skills to perform jobs in technology, manufacturing, data analysis and other 21st century careers And they need workers with the soft skills to communicate well, empathize with co-workers and lead their teams.

These presentations delve into the why of our current skills shortage dilemma and the how of closing the gaps, including partnering with K-12 education, expanding training innovations like apprenticeships, tapping into underutilized talent pools and leveraging HR to play a key policy leadership role.



NICOLE BELYNA, SHRM-SCP

MANAGER, TALENT ACQUISITION AND INCLUSION, SHRM

Nicole Belyna, SHRM-SCP possesses more than 15 years in human resources, specializing talent strategies and leadership. She has worked extensively in the fashion/beauty retail, hospitality, and manufacturing industries. Immediately prior to joining SHRM, Nicole was the talent strategy leader for a DC-area based manufacturer where she developed and executed the talent acquisition strategy, establishing the company’s reputation as a top workplace and employer of choice. Additionally, Nicole is an experienced and dedicated volunteer leader, serving most recently as president for the District of Columbia Society for Human Resources (DC SHRM) and as a panelist of the talent acquisition Special Expertise Panel at SHRM. Nicole holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership and learning at The George Washington University in Washington, DC, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Russell Sage College in Troy NY.


 



         

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