soft skills Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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soft skillsnoun [plural]

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WORKPLACE, HR people's ​abilities to communicate with each other and ​work well together: We are ​focusing on ​softskills such as ​teambuilding and ​communications. Soft ​skills and appearance are becoming more important in ​companies' ​recruitment decisions.
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