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HR's Ultimate Guide to Employee Development

How to use job levels, competencies, and growth plans to structure a clear career advancement pathway.

Any organisation that counts itself amongst today’s “best places to work” will already be prioritising employees’ long-term success and professional growth. Thankfully, others are now catching up. A survey from LinkedIn showed that investment in career development within the corporate sector is at an all-time high. On top of that, more than half of the HR teams surveyed are expecting to put more budget towards it moving into the following year.

When we talk about development in the context of work, we mean the process of improving, honing, or expanding an employee’s skill set to achieve a certain aim. More often than not, that aim is a promotion, lateral move, or ownership over a project. It could also be for purposes as simple as becoming a more well-rounded and confident professional. In some companies, there are teams or, at the very least, individuals whose chief responsibility is the facilitation of employee development. In this ebook, we’ll explain why companies are making development a priority — and the strategies HR teams can use to drive career growth for their people.

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