Adecco chief calls for life-long learning to dodge jobs 'time bomb'
CEO Dehaze of Swiss Adecco Group is seen during an interview with Reuters in Zurich
By John Revill
ZURICH (Reuters) - Companies should set up portable accounts to pay for life-long learning to help workers upgrade their skills and remain employable as robots take over more jobs, Adecco Group Chief Executive Alain Dehaze said
As increasing automation eliminates many roles, government and the private sector should work together to fill skills gaps, while workers must become more flexible, the head of the world's largest staffing services company told Reuters in an interview
"If they don't quickly reform their education system, countries will create a time bomb," said Dehaze. "They won't have the correct talent…
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