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CEOs globally and locally confirmed that they are confronted with a need for higher skills. We asked them about the impact this may have on their organisation’s growth prospects. A majority of Luxembourg CEOs stated that the talent gap is increasing people costs, affecting the ability to innovate and impacting customer experience.

As availability of key skills is a threat to growth, many businesses are having to reflect on how to attract, train and retain their workforce. This can include multiple aspects, from upskilling and partnering with leading education institutions to offering new mobility solutions for employees looking to work away from the office

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Significant retraining/upskilling and hiring from competitors among the efforts to close the highly skilled workers gap

Which of these is the most important to close a potential skills gap in
your organisation?

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John Parkhouse

CEO & Senior Partner, PwC Luxembourg

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François Mousel

Partner, PwC Luxembourg

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Laurent Probst

Partner, Industry & Public Sector, PwC Luxembourg

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Thierry Kremser

Partner, Technology, Industry, Services & Public Sector (IPS) Consulting, PwC Luxembourg

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