HR Glossary


Updated on:
August 22, 2022


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What is Upskilling?

Upskilling is training employees to take on new responsibilities and improve their skills, It’s often done in response to changing technology, new contractual agreements, or changing customer requirements.

Employees are trained in new skills and requirements by education, on-the-job training, or mentorship, Many organizations believe that upskilling employees increases employee morale and job satisfaction.

Upskilling can be defined as the process of learning new skills or improving existing ones in order to keep up with the changing demands of the workplace.

In a rapidly changing world, it is becoming increasingly necessary for workers to upskill in order to stay ahead of the curve and remain employable.

What are the benefits that organizations receive from Upskilling?

Improving employee satisfaction and retention Save the cost of ads, salaries, training, improve productivity and Attract talents.

organization reduces any disastrous consequences in your organization the world changes, and so do the skills that employers are looking for. In order to stay ahead of the competition, workers need to continuously update their skills. upskilling can help workers to progress in their careers and earn higher wages.