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Career mobility matters: why mobility matters and how to begin building a long-term strategy to deliver it
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Career mobility matters: why mobility matters and how to begin building a long-term strategy to deliver it

There is a disconnect in the modern talent pipeline. Nearly 9 in 10 (85%) of HR professionals agree that it costs more (52% say MUCH more) to fill an open position with an external candidate than to source candidates from within their organization. Yet, HR professionals say they filled nearly two thirds of their open positions over the last two years with external talent. Contrast this with the growing expectations of employees and what it will take for them to stay with their employer – from career opportunities and leadership development, to job succession and personal growth. In an economy where jobs are prevalent and employees have a propensity for career change, making sure an organization has the right people in the right roles has never been more important. The ability to make smarter people decisions and drive business objectives hinges on having better insight into employees’ experiences, skills and career aspirations. And paving the way for employees to have a desirable future with the organization can ultimately help to increase engagement and retention. Cornerstone recently partnered with research firm Kelton Global to examine the career motivations of today’s multi-generational workforce and how these expectations align with that of HR professionals. Listen to the surprising findings of this fresh research and hear:There is a disconnect in the modern talent pipeline. Nearly 9 in 10 (85%) of HR professionals agree that it costs more (52% say MUCH more) to fill an open position with an external candidate than to source candidates from within their organization. Yet, HR professionals say they filled nearly two thirds of their open positions over the last two years with external talent. Contrast this with the growing expectations of employees and what it will take for them to stay with their employer – from career opportunities and leadership development, to job succession and personal growth. In an economy where jobs are prevalent and employees have a propensity for career change, making sure an organization has the right people in the right roles has never been more important. The ability to make smarter people decisions and drive business objectives hinges on having better insight into employees’ experiences, skills and career aspirations. And paving the way for employees to have a desirable future with the organization can ultimately help to increase engagement and retention. Cornerstone recently partnered with research firm Kelton Global to examine the career motivations of today’s multi-generational workforce and how these expectations align with that of HR professionals. Listen to the surprising findings of this fresh research and hear:

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