Investing In Employee Success

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: Only 24% of respondents said their employers is clear on what they have to do in order to get to the next level with ing the company. 14% of respondents believe their employers continuously hired from outside the company instead of looking for talent and promoting from within. 42% of […]

Flexibility Is A Driving Factor In Millennial Relocation

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: 61% of employees would go to great lengths to be able to work abroad, such as conduct a web conference with their boss every day (39%) or work six days a week (28%). Only 15% of respondents say their employer offers relocation opportunities. 41% of Millennials believe they will work […]

Job Hopping Is Not Always A Bad Thing

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: Only 68% of Millennials want to stay at one company for many years and get promoted from within, compared to 73% of Gen X and 85% of Baby Boomers. 32% if Millennials want to move from company to company, gaining a more senior position or title with each company they […]

Having A Plan Is Key To Your Career

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: 83% of Millennials monitor the trajectory of their career paths, compared to 70% of Gen X. 81% of Baby Boomers monitor their career trajectory themselves by setting personal goals and objectives and mapping towards them. 32% of respondents say their their boss, manager, or HR department tracks their career trajectory. […]

Keeping A Healthy Work-Life Balance

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: 38% of respondents said career satisfaction and work-life balance are the top reasons they stay at their current jobs, while nearly three in ten (29%) resign due to work overload and lack of healthy work-life balance. 89% of employees would consider making a lateral career move with no financial incentive […]

Growth Opportunities Will Drive Retention

Geography: United States Source: Kelton Date: April 2016 Findings: Only 27 percent of employees would consider a lateral move to work for a different company. Of those who would consider a lateral move, nearly six in ten (57 percent) would do so for a position with greater personal satisfaction. 66% of employees will first look to see if there is […]