How Your Organization Can Drive Employee Engagement Through Career Pathing
When it comes to employee engagement, it’s seriously lacking in many organizations. A recent Gallup survey showed that 70% of U.S. workers are not engaged in their jobs. And the problem is not getting better.
How can companies give employees the career options they need to effectively manage their careers and stay motivated in their jobs? One proven method is through career pathing – giving employees a comprehensive career development plan that helps them visualize their career growth and provides a way to take ownership of their career development and how they will achieve their career goals.
Now you can get a comprehensive, practical guide to career pathing by downloading this FREE tutorial presentation, Driving Employee Engagement Through Career Pathing. Led by industry recognized career path expert Linda Ginac, you will learn:
- How to achieve organizational efficiency through career pathing
- How career pathing can improve business ROI
- The key steps to successful career path implementation
You will find this information highly valuable if you’re considering a career pathing program. But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what HR professionals are saying:
“I was impressed by the straightforward,
practical nature (of the webinar).”
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