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Internal mobility is not a new concept. We all know that internal hires perform decidedly better than external counterparts on their first few years at a new role, according to a Wharton study. They are also approximately 20% cheaper from a salary perspective.
That being said, the core of internal mobility has changed greatly over the last few decades. We live in an innovation-based, skill-specialization economy. Modern career progressions, for the most part, are no longer linear. The days of starting work as a clerk in the mailroom and becoming an executive are over.
I'm curious as to what you guys think are the main ways internal mobility will evolve over the next few years? I read this great e-book and thought I'd share: https://info.paddlehr.com/internal-mobility-b