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Apprenticeships Can Decrease Income Inequality

Apprenticeships Can Decrease Income Inequality and Help Close the Skills Gap. The Staffing Industry is evolving and taking on a larger role regarding the investment of our candidates and employees. The industry is beginning to make substantial investments in employee training initiatives as a proactive method for combatting the expanding skills gap and preparing for the future of work.

The industry is beginning to make substantial investments in employee training initiatives as a proactive method for combatting the expanding skills gap and preparing for the future of work.

Training initiatives can range from on-site training provided by a direct representative of the staffing firm, it can include safety and OSHA training as well as leadership, soft skills, and even hands-on technical training.

Staffing companies are in the unique position of having access to large pools of talent and employing hundreds, if not thousands of workers in a region. This broad access to candidates allows staffing firms to scale training programs in a way simply not feasible for many small-to-medium sized employers while leveraging their economies of scale. It just makes sense for staffing firms to play this role in the labor market. There’s a problem with upskilling America’s workforce. The staffing industry is a well-positioned resource and a well-fit partner capable of playing a key role in the efforts of private industry to train and upskill their workforce.

Read more about how Apprenticeships Can Decrease Income Inequality and Help Close the Skills Gap.: https://hbr.org/2012/12/who-can-fix-the-middle-skills-gap

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