Monthly Update from SkyHive

April at SkyHive: SkyHive Partners with Accenture, Finalist for Spirit of BC Tech, and more!

It’s been another busy month at SkyHive. The team has been working hard day in and day out in pursuit of our mission. From partnering with Accenture, selected as finalist for the 2020 Spirit of BC Tech – Purpose award, and more, we have a lot to catch up on.

Here’s what we have been up to this month:

SkyHive is proud to partner with Accenture in supporting global CHROs to create shared workforce resiliency

Organizations around the globe are experiencing workforce disruption at an unprecedented scale and speed. Chief human resources officers (CHROs) are more vital than ever to helping people and organizations navigate workforce shifts en masse.

SkyHive is proud to partner with Accenture in supporting global CHROs to create shared workforce resiliency: keeping as many workers healthy, safe and employed as possible while equipping people with new skills for the future.

Learn about SkyHive’s role in this ambitious global initiative in this full report: https://accntu.re/34PfGNL

In a recent podcast interview with Work Futurist Sophie Wade, Sean explained how SkyHive can help organizations and individuals best align their current skills and capabilities with business and career growth trajectories.

In a recent podcast interview with Work Futurist Sophie Wade, Sean explained how SkyHive can help organizations and individuals best align their current skills and capabilities with business and career growth trajectories.
Listen to the full episode here: https://bit.ly/2Vy8Jh0

SkyHive is honoured to be selected as a finalist for the 2020 Spirit of BC Tech – Purpose award!

SkyHive is honoured to be selected as a finalist for the 2020 Spirit of BC Tech – Purpose award! The “Spirit of BC Tech – Purpose” award celebrates companies that put purpose first, tackling global challenges with innovative solutions.

Piling on more e-learning isn't going to close workforce skill gaps

A recent article by Pearson’s Global Research & Insight Director, Dr. Parves Khan, revealed that 44% of employers say they will be significantly investing in retraining employees with new skills required for their current role. SkyHive is proud to be highlighted as a leading competency-based solution that supports skills gap identification and organization-wide reskilling in today’s world.

Do Work That Matters

If you share a passion for combating poverty and social inequality while building leading-edge AI technology that solves for the Future of Work, join us! Check out our careers page for more information or read reviews on our Glassdoor page.

That’s all for now.

Once again, thank you for the support, and see you next month.

With passion and dedication,

– Your SkyHive Team

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