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Investing at defining Career Moments is the best employee development strategy therefore a significantly better Employee Experience!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work with HR KPIs expertise

πŸ’‘ Employees want more investment in their employer-employee relationships.

πŸ“£ Employees who receive employer investment at defining moments have significantly better employee experiences, perceptions of their employers, and employment outcomes. These directly contribute to overall resilience.

πŸ”₯ Employees who receive professional development are 22% more likelyto perceive employer-employee relationships as reciprocal, i.e., as having an equitable balance of give and take.

πŸ‘πŸ» Employees who received employer-provided career transition services were even more positive, being 33% more likely, and a staggering 87% of employees who received both career development and career transition services felt their relationships with their employers were reciprocal.

Investment in an employee’s professional development dramatically improves the quality of the employee-employer relationship. While there is some overlap, experiences with and expectations concerning employer investment differ considerably from generation to generation, according to a new interesting research published by Keystone Partners using data πŸ“Š collected from 305 respondents across a variety of entry level, mid-level, and senior-level roles, and representing the four dominant generations in the workplace in private firms and government agencies.

βœ…The three Kind of investment do employees actually want and expect

This research on Gen X, Millennial, and Gen Z workers shows that employees want employers to invest in them at the start of their careers, and as they level up within the company.

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