This solution addresses and defines the concept of "skills gapping" and how the concept can be applied to the health care settings and /or any other types of organizations.
What is Skill Gapping?
The process of skills-gapping is the level of difference (or the gap) between the level of skills necessary and/or required for a job versus the skills the potential employee/s actually have. Organizations tend to have very specific skill sets that they are looking for in potential new employees. Especially in this economy where demands are higher than supply and so employers are more reluctant to settle or compromise. Rather they will wait until that 'special' employee with a specific skill set is available.
As the concept relates to health care, we could use the example of nursing to describe the process in more detail. ...
Skills-gapping is the level of difference or gap in the level of skills necessary and/or required for a job versus the skills the potential employee/s actually posses. The types of organizations are determined.