53% of global workers in a 2022 survey were considering leaving, or were leaving, their job in the next 12 months.
Empower employees to take control of their own careers
Embrace discoverability. Show workers how their skills are transferable to other career paths. Facilitate the right conversations between employees and team managers, to encourage development and prevent disengagement or surprise resignations.
Keep talent progressing with personalized learning and development
Give employees the chance to grow with a hub of opportunities from mentoring, projects, learning and more. Make intelligent recommendations based on work preferences, cognitive style, and desired skills. Employees feel valued when given suggestions that keep their career moving forward.
Retain high performers
Take advantage of a Talent Marketplace. Recommend relevant open vacancies to employees alongside other growth opportunities such as gigs and projects. Proactively consider top talent that you don’t want to lose.
“We are able to identify strengths in our talent and ask them what they are passionate about and how they would like to grow so that we can amplify both the impact to our employees' career journey and to our business.”
Senior Director, Global Transportation Company
Unlock employee advocacy
Personalized career pathways make your employees feel valued. Through a sense of belonging they will stay longer and reward you through building your employer brand: bringing in referrals, attracting more top talent, and reducing your talent acquisition costs.
Improve predictability and skills gaps
Understand the capabilities and skills that your organization has today. Real-time intelligence allows you to proactively plan to develop, upskill and retrain, to plug skills gaps and grow your workforce for the future.
In order to make access to work fairer, while unlocking productivity and boosting retention, companies are starting to match people with “jobs to be done” based on skills.
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