ETHRWorld Future Skills Conference Brings Top Industry Leaders to Discuss Workplace Upskilling and Employment Trends in Future

New Delhi : ETHRWorld, India’s most popular HR news portal from the house of The Economic Times is all set to organize the third edition of the Future Skills Conference on July 14 at The Leela Ambience, Gurugram.

More than 60 industrious speakers from top corporate houses have confirmed their participation in this flagship event, which also happens to be India’s largest skilling event. The leaders willl talk about the urgency and criticality of developing new skills for future job trends and workplace transformation.

In this era of heightened disruption, there are plenty of unanswered concerns regarding the jobs and skills that will dominate the future. Top leadership from the HR fraternity along with other business stakeholders will converge their key insights to address these very concerns through a series of panel discussions, fireside chats, insightful presentations, and case studies.

The focus of the discussions will include preparing the workforce for the more digitally enabled jobs, defining career paths through learning to mitigate great resignation, and more. This event is a great opportunity for the industry to learn from key decision-makers the nuances of skilling challenges and meaningful solutions to overhaul the same.

A multitude of partners have walked along with the organizers to share the vision and co-create the Future Skills Conference. Some of the top partners are LinkedIn Learning (Presenting), Skillsoft (in-association) and the powered-by partners are BITS Pilani-Work Integrated Learning Programmes and ekincare.

Commenting on the significance of the conference,Amit Kumar Gupta, Business Head, ETB2B, Times Internet Limited said, “This event occurs at a time when technology and behavioral changes are predicted to have an impact on the kinds of jobs and skills that will be essential for the workforce of the future. We anticipate that the insights generated through this event will help businesses and prospective employees navigate the opportunities and challenges of the modern workplace.”

“ET has always endeavored to provide platforms for discussions about Indian business and the economy, and many such events will be held in the near future,” he added.