LinkedIn has published its 2023 Workplace Learning Report, which looks at the key shifts in workplace skills development, based on internal and survey data among LinkedIn members.
The 52-page report covers a heap of key trends – you can download the full report here, but in this post, we’ll take a look at some of the key highlights.
First off, the report looks at the key shifts in learning and development, and how organizations are shifting L and D budgets in 2023.
LinkedIn’s data shows that 93% of organizations are concerned about employee retention, with many seeing learning and development opportunities as key to keeping staff. There are also workplace opportunities – like career advancement and flexible working arrangements – that are key considerations, but providing new pathways to upskill, as job roles and skills continue to change, is also a key focus for organizations moving forward.
The report also looks at the most in-demand skills, based on LinkedIn job listings.
As well as the most in-demand skills by job role.
There are also specific insights into how younger workers view developmental elements and benefits.
And tips on how businesses can maximize their L and D efforts in 2023.
There are some interesting notes and insights here, which could help to guide your strategy in employee training and retention. LinkedIn has also included a listing of some of the top LinkedIn Learning courses you can take which hone in on the key areas of demand, providing a direct pathway to addressing these elements in your planning.
It’s a must-read for HR pros, but even for regular business owners and managers, it’s worth noting, as a means to better understand what your employees are seeking in a career fulfillment sense.
You can download LinkedIn’s full ‘2023 Workplace Learning Report’ here.