Corporate training departments feel ill-equipped to create new career paths for employees

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The Josh Bersin Company, a research and advisory company focused on HR and workforce strategies, has published poignant new market analysis suggesting that most Learning & Development (L&D) functions are behind the curve in providing tangible career paths for employees, despite major recruitment challenges in their organization.

Currently, the majority of corporate training functions feel they lack the integrated tools, and internal skills to effectively create skills taxonomies and career pathways to better align L&D directly with employees’ career aspirations and emerging skills gaps across the business.

The research, published in a new global report The Definitive Guide to Learning: Growth

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