We’ve just published the Student Development Survey 2020 on the ISE website. This publication looks at how firms are training, developing, managing and rewarding young workers. To give you a flavour of what is in the new paper I’ve just published a new blog on the ISE website entitled Is your development programme stuck in a rut?
You’ve probably heard that the world of work is moving more rapidly than ever. Young people are supposed to be changing jobs more often than every before. But, new data from ISE Student Development Survey 2020 suggests that entry-level hires remain pretty loyal….
Employers told us that 85% of graduates and 86% of non-graduates complete their initial graduate development programme or apprenticeship.
After three years 72% of graduate and 75% of non-graduates are still working for the same firm. Even five years after they are hired, the majority of entry-level hires are still working for the same employer (57% of graduates and 69% of non-graduates). What is more, when we looked back to historic data, this pattern has been broadly stable for the last ten years or even longer.