2023 talent mobility study
Drive your organization forward while empowering employees. Grow your employees’ careers inside your organization and improve long-term talent retention with the latest report from the Cornerstone People Research Lab and Lighthouse Research & Advisory. Ready, set, grow: The building blocks for high-impact talent mobility will help you better understand your employees’ expectations around internal development and what your leaders must do to succeed. Talent mobility must be a shared mission between employees and organizations. See the statistics highlighting employees’ deep desires for career growth and how leaders can move the mission forward. Download Infographic Unlock potential on a personal level Women were about 33% more likely than men to say they would like to explore projects that help them learn new or different skills People under the age of 45 were about 50% more likely than those over 45 to say they would like to explore projects that develop new connections and mentors Employees in larger organizations (1,000+ employees) prioritize projects that let them explore other internal opportunities without risking their current position
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