Career Paths and Progression
Identify career paths that demonstrate how individuals develop and progress in their careers as they develop their skills.
Historically, career development was defined as vertical career progression in an organisation with a structured hierarchy of jobs increasing in complexity and responsibility.
Changing workforce and priorities
With the changing workforce and priorities, career pathways have evolved and can be defined as a series of developmental opportunities, offering various forms of career movement including the traditional vertical ladder, dual career paths (technical vs. management) as well as lateral movements to acquire new skills, experiences and perspectives.
At 3R Strategy, we are independent and can recommend a customised job level framework to suited to your organisation and your career path strategy.
Career pathways and succession planning
Career pathways identify a sequence of roles that demonstrate how individuals develop and progress in their careers as they expand their skills. By evaluating your roles and building a job level framework, we can work with you to identify career pathways, giving your people clarity over their career progression.
Implementing a fair and transparent job level framework will also give you greater visibility on organisational design and enable you to manage talent and succession planning.