Corporate Impact Solutions, Economic Mobility, Education, Talent Finance

Key Takeaway

Talent Finance—a term coined by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce—is an innovative approach to workforce training and education that bridges the gap between employers, training partners, supportive service providers, and capital providers, enabling them to collaborate on self-sustaining talent programs that prepare workers for the specific jobs employers need filled.

Employers across the U.S. are scrambling to respond to today’s talent challenges. Some are shifting away from two- or four-year degree requirements toward a reliance on shorter-term training and credentialing. Others are investing more heavily in talent acquisition. But these approaches are not always enough. Increasingly, employers are looking to reimagine their talent development and retention strategies. That’s where Talent Finance comes in. 

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