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Without a \"digital licence\", the \"digital glass ceiling\"

Artificial intelligence should be seen not as a threat, but as part of digital literacy, the development of which is important not only for companies, but also for workers, as it helps them to keep their place in the labour market, advises K

Digitális műveltség nélkül nagyot fog ütni a digitális üvegplafon-

With artificial intelligence, there is much talk about the impact it will have on the labour market. While the loss of jobs is most often highlighted, a more topical challenge is to ensure that workers are adequately trained to use digital technologies. In fact, according to this year's IMF study, advanced economies and highly skilled workers will have a major advantage in increasing productivity and income levels. Digital literacy - which includes skills such as typing, online communication, database management, image and document editing, online research, basic programming skills and, of course, the use of artificial intelligence - has a strong value not only for firms but also for workers

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"A company is only as digitally advanced as its employees understand and can apply these solutions. So if companies want to respond to changes in the market environment and consumer demands in an easy, fast and dynamic way, it is worthwhile to provide IT training for colleagues, at least annually. In our case, our employees spend an average of 9 days per year in training, part of which is dedicated to acquiring knowledge related to modern technologies. It is important for us to provide our colleagues with the opportunity to acquire marketable,modern IT skills, which will give them long-term security in the labour market and ensure that they do not hit a digital glass ceiling," said Leila Medvey, head of K

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