Coming out of the downturn, one in three high-potential employees (HIPOs) are not putting their full effort into the job, and one in four plan on quitting within the year. In addition, Corporate Leadership Council research indicates that our high potential pools have shrunk by 50% over the past several years. Without rethinking our approach toward our HIPOs, we risk a continued surge in disengagement, declining performance, and rising turnover. As we look at rebuilding engagement and a compelling employment value proposition for high-potential employees, we need to understand how HIPOs experiences over the past several years in particular have impacted their commitment levels and their perceptions of future career growth at their organizations.
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