How the digital infrastructure industry is meeting the workforce challenges of tomorrow
With the data center market showing no sign of slowing down, the demand for skills is higher than ever and yet the industry is still struggling with its workforce shortage. The sector must deploy new methods to attract talent in order to continue to meet the public's demand for data, and ensure that the workforce has sufficient incentive to stay once they do arrive.
On International Women's Day, this broadcast will explore how the industry can address its inherent diversity issue, what's preventing change and what organizations are doing so that a range of perspectives are brought to the table. Expert speakers will consider in what ways the skills needed to work in a data center are changing and how the sector is preparing their workforce for this. Additionally, how can skills & development training draw people with transferable skills into the industry to help reduce the gap between unfilled roles and potential talent?
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Fireside chat: What can the data center industry do to attract talent and make the sector a rewarding and inclusive place to work?
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The data center workforce of the future - how are businesses innovating to meet the skills gap?
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The people challenge - A data-driven discussion around data center skills and training
The Uptime Institute’s global data center staffing forecast 2021-2025 forms the basis for an in-depth discussion on the skills & training needed for the next-gen workforce
Where next for the data center workforce? We ask the next generation
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