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Almost two-thirds (64%) of HR managers said that AI is changing what skills are most in demand, according to a recent report from TalentLMS. And more than 4 in 10 (43%) believe AI will lead to a skills gap in their organization.

In the AI-transformed workplace, the most in-demand skills will be digital skills, interpersonal skills, and cognitive skills, including problem-solving; creativity, originality and imagination; and ability to learn.

To ensure their companies have these skills, 58% of HR managers are planning to upskill and reskill their workforce while 41% will hire new employees. This will likely impact employee wellness — 58% of HR managers said that AI is causing feelings of job insecurity, and 56% said that the AI-driven necessity to develop new skills is contributing to increased employee stress. These feelings are higher among older workers.

In addition, the vast majority (85%) of HR managers plan to invest in learning and development surrounding using AI in the workplace.

Download the full report for more insights on how AI is changing the workplace and the workforce.