This webcast uncovers the key findings of an original research study conducted by the Human Capital Institute in partnership with Lee Hecht Harrison. As the economic tide continues to turn toward prosperity, firms are becoming aware that their top talent may start to look elsewhere for career growth and development, and they are recognizing the need to address this issue before it results in weaker talent pipelines and higher employee turnover rates. A key ingredient to employee satisfaction and performance is employee engagement and career development, but understanding exactly what these terms refer to, and how they are understood by employees and managers alike are areas less explored.
This original research study dove headfirst into these topics through a nationwide survey of more than 430 respondents that represent organizations from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium-sized enterprises. Supplementing that data are nearly a dozen interviews with subject matter experts who uncovered even more information about what career development structures look like at their organizations and how such structures and programs influence employee engagement scores and overall performance. Don't miss these key takeaways:
Learn what top performing organizations are doing to capitalize on this opportunity
Hear from industry leaders and subject matter experts who have unrolled effective employee engagement initiatives and career development plans
Learn what career development opportunities employees are looking for and what they value about them