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Career progression tops employee wish list

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HC Online | 02 Sep 2014, 11:10 AM Agree 0
More than half of professionals are not happy with their available career progression options and 92% of them would leave their jobs because of a lack of opportunities, according to research.
  • Tony Holland | 02 Sep 2014, 02:55 PM Agree 0
    It's such a common misconception that people place income as the number one reason for taking (and staying in) a job. Career progression opportunities, training, job satisfaction, respect, engagement, and a whole host of other factors are far more important to most people...indeed, most people will reject an offer of more money at an 'unknown' workplace if it means leaving a place that they love working for the above reasons!

    Tony Holland
    Operations Manager
    Rhodes Business School (Australia)
    www.rhodesbusinessschool.com.au
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