Business Insider: Automakers desperately need new workers — with new skills — to build electric cars

An ongoing battery supply crunch could inhibit the auto industry's transition to all-electric vehicle lineups. But equally as pressing as getting the materials necessary for EVs is the talent crisis the business is facing. That could be good news for workers hoping to tap into today's opportunities.

From up-skilling and re-skilling to agile ways of working, Chris McCarthy, North Highland VP and Global Transportation Lead, shares talent considerations for auto- and battery-makers.

"What happens to that skill? You're not going to necessarily take somebody that's working on an assembly line and now you need software production experts," McCarthy said. "That's not realistic. So what are those bridges going to be?"

Read more insights from Chris in Business Insider here.