It is proposed many jobs in the future will require technological skills the current workforce simply doesn’t have yet. Because of the rapidly changing job world, equipping employees with these priceless skills and continued education not only sets them up for the future, but for the company’s as well. Deanna Mulligan, board chair and former CEO of Fortune 500 company Guardian Life Insurance, discusses how smart companies can close the skills gap by investing time and resources into their people so they are not only better employees, but happier employees—the topic of her upcoming book, Hire Purpose: How Smart Companies Can Close the Skills Gap.