Thursday October 26th - 12:00 AM (UTC)

Levelling the Field: Advantages of a Skills-Based Labour Market Perspective

In an era defined by rapid technological advancements and shifting workforce dynamics, employers face a critical imperative to adapt and thrive. Similarly, employees looking to achieve long-term and sustainable career growth opportunities need better information to navigate an increasingly disrupted world of work. By examining the market through a granular skills-based lens, both buyers (employers) and sellers (employees) can be equipped with information to make more informed decisions. This webinar will delve into some of the advantages offered by the fundamental shift from traditional job-centric approaches to a more dynamic, skills-driven paradigm. Participants will gain insights into the following key areas:


Real-Time Labour Market Data: Understand the significance of real-time labour market data and its role in enabling informed decision-making. Learn how to access and leverage this data to anticipate skill shortages, market trends, and competitive advantages.

A Skills-Based approach is a Strength-Based Approach: Discover how moving beyond job titles and descriptions to focus on skills can lead to improved outcomes for communities. 

Enhanced Talent Acquisition: Explore how skills-based insights can transform the recruitment process, enabling organisations to identify and attract candidates, perhaps previously overlooked, who possess the right skills to drive success. 

Agile Workforce Planning: Adapt quickly to changing market demands by aligning workforce planning with skill requirements, and remain resilient in the face of uncertainties.

Join us for this informative webinar as we explore the transformative potential of skills-based workforce management and real-time labour market data. Our expert panel will provide valuable insights and actionable strategies to help you enhance workforce management and drive success in your organisation. Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and unlock the advantages of a skills-based perspective.