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59

%

31

%

19

%

50

%

33

%

72

%

13

%

14

%

Career roadblock

How did I do?

On the way up?

(Source: ADP pan-European report ‘the Workforce View in Europe’)

(Source: Reward Gateway)

of Brits would rather work for a business with a

culture where they received recognition

over a

higher salary job where they didn’t get any recognition

More men than women say a promotion

is important to their job satisfaction

Nearly half of employees would

leave

a company if they didn’t receive recognition

of employees who think the promotion process is

unfair say it is because clear guidance is not given

of workers say that motivation and morale

would improve if

managers simply said ‘thank

you’

more and noticed good work

of workers have left a job due to

experiencing discrimination

have left a job because they have

been passed over for a promotion

Favouritism

Lack of

opportunities

Qualifications

Family needs

7

%

7

%

5

%

5

%

perceive age to be the biggest factor

preventing career progression.

Among the over 55s it is 46%

Nearly a third of workers say

their employer doesn’t support

their career development

Other perceived obstacles include:

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