Make career pathing a central part of each step of the hiring process:
Job listings. Half (52%) of millennials consider opportunities for career development the No. 1 most desirable quality in a company they would consider working for. To attract top talent, job listings should highlight the company’s commitment to tailored professional development.
The interview process. While an interview may not be the place to finalize the details of a career pathing plan, it is an often-overlooked opportunity to get a head start. Focusing a portion of the interview on the skills a candidate is hoping to develop can help a professional development plan take shape before the candidate becomes an employee.
- Onboarding. The onboarding process is a natural fit for career pathing. When a new employee’s professional goals are a substantial component of onboarding, it centers that employee’s needs and makes them feel valued and invested in. Learn more in our guide, Onboarding Top Talent.
The LinkedIn Learning Hub features a wide array of specialized learning paths that offer focused, role-based content.
Learners can navigate through content curated around their own career path, based on predefined roles within the organization, and more.
One of the primary motivators that keep employees learning is the opportunity to advance in the company. LinkedIn Learning Hub helps those employees discover internal opportunities that would be a good fit for them alongside content that will help them prepare for those roles.
The LinkedIn Learning Hub allows learners to set their own career goals, enabling the platform to showcase content and other resources that are directly related to the learner’s interests.
To help learners progress and demonstrate their skills, the LinkedIn Learning Hub offers skill evaluations. These can help learners identify gaps in their skillset based on their career path.