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Firms should be focussed on plugging their skills gaps in order to survive the recession, says Julie Allen of Vantis.

Headlines abound with companies laying off staff in a bid to reduce costs, but in cutting loose key talent many firms are losing the experience and skills they need for the future. Companies should be looking at their business needs (both for now and for the future) and assessing the skills gaps in their workforce. Investing in the right staff and ensuring that there is a good spread of relevant skills in the workforce is essential to surviving the downturn and ensuring the business is well equipped for recovery.

While providing extra financial rewards to staff is difficult for many organisations at the moment, offering the right training and development (T&D) op...

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