“Investments in skills-based hiring and training are critical to talent development, especially to attract and retain diverse talent,” said Priya Ramanathan, vice president of government and workforce partnerships. work at the General Assembly, at HRD. “Employment programs that are developed around the skills that make a person successful in their role and that are framed through the lens of equity and inclusion, such as internships and apprenticeships with mentoring and coaching , are becoming increasingly ubiquitous in entry and mid-level roles.”
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