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Is Your Business Ready for the Skills Economy?

As technology evolves, the skills gap — the disparity between the skills employers need to succeed and those workers actually have — keeps getting wider. No matter what business you’re in, if you’re not already taking action against it, you need to start now to avoid being left behind. 

How much can you save your company?

Check out this handy calculator to see the savings companies of different sizes and industries can expect to realize by taking the 5 for 20 Challenge.
5 for 20 Calculator

How much can you save your company?

Check out this handy calculator to see the savings companies of different sizes and industries can expect to realize by taking the 5 for 20 Challenge.
5 for 20 Calculator

Take the Challenge

Dedicate 5 percent of your employees’ time to intentional learning. 
They’ll be more engaged, leading to reductions in turnover of up to 20 percent and serious cost savings—top talent is expensive to replace. 
On top of that, your business will perform at a higher level when your workforce has the talent and skills it needs to excel. 

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If Your Employees Aren't Learning, Your Company Could Fall Behind

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Stop the Excuses! Make Time For Learning

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“Commit to investing five percent of your people’s time on learning. You’ll improve retention and engagement, drive real cost savings and create a higher-performing, more future-proof organization.”
 Adam Miller
CEO, Cornerstone