Training the workforce for industry 4.0


A different take: Employers need to consider training their workforce as a form of investment rather than expense.

THE next industrial age is upon us. Automation and digitalisation are fast changing the world as we know it.

The use of new technologies will reshape the future of employment as robots will eliminate the need for manpower in repetitive jobs, enhance productivity and ultimately help sluggish economies.

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