Costruisci una forza lavoro pronta per il futuro nel settore bancario e dei servizi finanziari
Quattro dirigenti su dieci nel settore dei servizi finanziari dichiarano che la loro forza lavoro non è pronta ad adattarsi, riqualificarsi o assumere nuovi ruoli, creando così lacune di competenze che le organizzazioni devono colmare. Un contesto normativo e tecnologico in continua evoluzione, le aspettative dei clienti, la pressione sui ricavi e altri fattori complicano la gestione della formazione e della crescita del personale.
Want to keep learning? Explore our products, customer stories, and the latest industry insights.
Building power skills everyone needs for success in financial services
The COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Resignation, The Great Reshuffling have caused major disruptions and challenges for all industries, including financial services and banking. Regulations in the sector continue to increase, with banks continuing to spend a large part of their income on compliance-related activities addressing geopolitical change, divergent regulation, data protection and governance, operational resilience, financial crime, customer trust, and ethical conduct. On top of that, these organizations have become prime targets for cybercrime, being 300x more likely to be hit than other businesses, costing organizations millions. Given all these challenges, L&D teams have to be strategic and agile to find and deliver up-to-date and relevant training content for employees to develop the skills and expertise to meet business needs.
How VCU successfully unified performance management, learning and compensation
Richmond-based Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), one of the nation’s leading public research institutions, has known that discovery and creativity go hand-in-hand since it first began admitting students into its medical program in 1838. And today, it continues to be a trailblazer in the world of higher education, offering its undergraduate and graduate students over 200 top-ranked programs across various fields and majors. However, until recently, many HR functions were distributed among different schools and departments. VCU’s Central HR looked to Cornerstone to help them create a unified approach to performance management, learning, development, succession, and compensation.