DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN CAPITAL OF ORGANIZATION Keywords: digital transformation, human capital, human resource development, digital talent and performance management Currently, the skills needed to fill new positions promoted by technology are not available. It is predicted that up to 90% of jobs will require digital competence, as it is important for innovation, organizational development and competitiveness. Such a structural and dynamic change in digital transformation requires constant adaptation of the skills and knowledge of employees. The development of the digital era is accompanied by colossal structural shifts and structural unemployment, and it is proposed to level this problem through the formation of a new quality of human capital through the education system. Countries in the world are divided into two groups: countries with high-quality institutions and high-quality human capital and countries with low-quality institutions and low-quality human capital. Information technologies are transforming human capital, making new demands on its components, and, first of all, the capital of education. In this regard, it is necessary to reform the system of training, retraining and advanced training of employees, considering the changing requirements for the development of target competencies. One of the priority forms of maintaining professional competencies of an employee at a competitive level for the modern labor market is the concept of continuity of professional education, which proceeds from the active role of the employee in the educational process.