Labor market mayhem ‘is a great reset for every business,’ Infosys president says on labor shortages

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Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Labor market mayhem ‘is a great reset for every business,’ Infosys president says on labor shortages” – below is their description.

#laborshortage #jobsskills #Milken2021Conference

Yahoo Finance’s Andy Serwer is joined by Ravi Kumar, Infosys President at the Milken 2021 Conference to discuss re-skilling amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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