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Mantautas Paskevicius, Country Manager of Strategic Staffing Solutions International
In a survey recently conducted by AmCham, members revealed top skills required and ways how they are upskilling their employees. The survey also included assessment of the government-subsidized upskilling programs if they have been used by member companies. The results showed that additional training is necessary in the following skill areas: leadership, digital, project management, English and Russian language and data.
Over the past year only 9% of respondents have used the government-subsidized upskilling programs, but 91% are doing in-house trainings for their employees.
Government-subsidized training programs were rated average to low and among major barriers for the use of those programs were mentioned lack of information about the programs and red tape:
Overall evaluation of the government-subsidized upskilling programs was low due to lack of content and quality of those programs. 33% of members are willing to recommend their in-house training program and instructor and 60% are ready to share their internal expertise to others.
Among top skills required by member companies are:
Among other skills leadership, flexibility, innovation, risk and data management, strategic thinking and change management were mentioned.
Roche Latvija is pleased to be part of the AmCham community.
Rauls Vēliņš, General Manager, Roche Latvija