Employee engagement

Our partner Fuel50 conducted research on current talent mobility experiences, best-in-class talent mobility, and the imperatives for talent mobility in the future across high-performing organisations around the world.

The research found that the most engaged employees were from organisations that:

  • Prioritised career development – reskilling, upskilling, and initiatives to improve capabilities across the workforce.
  • Gave employees access to career resources and learning – including incentives for acquiring and developing new skills, can create career journeys, map to future opportunities, and understand skills gaps.
  • Provided access to learning opportunities where employees feel part of an open learning culture surrounded by valuable experiences.

"Retention of your brightest and best is predicated on whether your organisation prioritises employee learning, career development, and growth. If an employee sees those opportunities they are more likely to stay.”

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