Why it is vital to upskill employees

Aoife McNena from Intuity tells us why it is vital to upskill right now

In today’s HRLocker podcast episode we talk to Aoife Mc Nena about the importance of upskilling your employees to facilitate the new way of work.

Aoife talks about her experience with remote working and what she feels companies need to concentrate on when upskilling their workforce.

About Aoife Mc Nena

Aoife McNena is Head of HR at Intuity Technologies in Galway. Aoife has over 16 years’ experience as an HR Professional working across Manufacturing, Higher Education, Health and IT and Not for Profit sectors. She is a chartered fellow with the CIPD and an accredited Executive and Leadership Coach and has a BA Graduate of Law and Economics with NUIG and holds an H.Dip in Business and Masters in HRM and Corporate Strategy also from NUIG.

Aoife has a wealth of experience working with seniors leaders and managers across organisations to create optimal conditions for high performing teams and embedding a coaching mindset as key measures of success.

Intuity Technologies is an ISO Certified Managed Services Provider headquartered in Galway with offices in Dublin and Sligo that deliver IT Services & Solutions as well as Secure Managed Print Solutions to our clients in Ireland, the UK and the USA and are experts in the areas of IT & Data Security.

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Why it is vital to upskill employees was last modified: January 14th, 2022 by Jenny Martin

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