Upskilling is defined as the process of building upon the current skill set of your employees through training interventions. Upskilling is a beneficial process for both organizations and employees. Upskilling allows employees to diversify their skills set and organizations to retain their employees to work toward mutual growth.

Upskilling is a continuous learning process that is imminent in today’s changing work environment. Upskilling essentially means taking a specific skill set as a base and building on it. For example, if a store executive learns the intricacies of inventory, time and people management, she/he can be upskilled for the position of a store manager.

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