How HR and L&D departments can stay on top of career mobility

When I was starting my first job, over a decade ago, career mobility literally meant having to move to another location in order to fill either the same position or a different one. So when I came across a headline that stated that career mobility is a must in today’s business world I was baffled.

I was of the opinion that with all the technological advancement s one will soon not need to leave the flat in the morning in order to go to work, simply click a couple of icons and have at it while still wearing pajama bottoms and slippers. As it turns out my notion about what a mobile employee meant was wrong and indeed this ability both on the part of the people and of the organisations (as they need to encourage and manage it) is crucial to remaining competitive and profitable.

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