Wiley Renames its Industry-Leading Talent Development Solution “mthree” to Wiley Edge
Leveraging a “Hire-Train-Deploy" approach,
Seventy-one percent of CEOs anticipate the skills and labor shortage will be one of this year’s greatest business disrupters, according to the Winter 2022 Fortune/Deloitte CEO survey. This shortage will cost businesses trillions of dollars by the end of the decade. Meanwhile job openings in the technology sector nearly doubled in 2021 but the applicant pool declined by nearly a quarter since 2019. With many of these jobs left unfilled, organizations are struggling to compete and increasingly turning to innovative talent development solutions such as
“Our growing roster of leading global clients knows that success in today’s fast-moving digital economy requires skilled tech talent that can hit the ground running and have long-term impact,” said Todd Zipper, Wiley’s executive vice president and general manager of University Services and
Wiley Edge also helps corporations unlock the potential within their existing workforces through upskilling and reskilling programs that create the skilled talent they need while enhancing employee retention and recruitment efforts — a need that has grown more acute during the Great Resignation. For example, Wiley Edge is currently assisting a leading global investment bank with its technology transformation and Agile/DevOps maturity program, with a goal to educate and build a baseline level of site reliability engineering (SRE) capability across its technology workforce.
“We are expanding access to high-demand jobs for people of diverse backgrounds by exposing them to opportunities they might not otherwise see, and by giving them the training to succeed in those jobs and in their careers,” said
To help companies diversify their technology teams, Wiley Edge recruits graduates from underrepresented backgrounds and communities. Of graduates placed with companies in 2021, 31% were female and 51% were Black, Asian or another underrepresented ethnicity. Wiley Edge will release its second “Diversity in Tech” annual report in the coming months, identifying barriers to greater representation in the tech industry and offering solutions for organizations to address this longstanding inequity.
About Wiley Edge
Wiley Edge helps the world’s leading corporations to succeed by finding, training and retaining the talent they need. We bridge the skills gap in technology, banking and business by connecting education to the working world. Wiley Edge sources, trains and hires college graduates with in-demand technology skills, placing them within clients’ teams for up to 24 months before they can convert to full-time employees. We help build pipelines of diverse, custom-trained talent – complementing traditional hiring strategies like internal graduate programs and reactive recruitment. Wiley Edge also offers tailored training programs to reskill clients’ existing workforces to enhance employee retention and recruitment efforts in an increasingly competitive global economy. Visit us at www.wileyedge.com.
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