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One factor contributing to a lack of Career Advancement for your employees could be the proliferation of Bad career advice from their manager!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡 Around half of Gen Z employees say they get better advice from their friends and family (62%), Google (44%), social media (36%), and AI (e.g., ChatGPT) (34%) than they get from their manager

Over 3 out of 4 workers report that they’ve received bad career advice. Gen Z perhaps the most moldable workforce demographic is especially hungry for career advice but is not getting it from their managers…

⚠️ Alarmingly, around 1 out of 5 employees say they “never” have career conversations with their manager.

📣 Workers who feel at least “somewhat” supported by their manager were nearly 7x more likely to say they made a lot of career progress last year compared to those who say they get little or no support from their manager, according to a new interesting research published by INTOO using data from a survey of 800 HR leaders and 800 full-time employees between November 19–December 2, 2023.

✅Are managers the worst career advisors?

Best and worse Career advisors

Researchers noticed that employees are going to their managers for advice, but 39% say that advice has been bad. In fact, employees say they get better career advice than they get from their manager:

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