Talent mobility ensures the right people with the right skills are in the right place at the right time. Organizations are not static, and their employees should not be either.
Talent mobility includes promotions, lateral transfers, major shifts in job responsibilities and employee departures. While change can be difficult, especially when forced upon someone, mobility is an opportunity and a chance to try something new.
Employment resources for individuals with a criminal background are focused on workforce readiness and talent acquisition, as this talent population is still facing difficulty gaining entrance into the workforce. Yet, as cultures become more inclusive and acquisition opens, employers will need to focus on talent development and mobility to ensure they can support and retain this valuable talent force.
Free, High-Quality Resources
A Fair Chance: How Formerly Incarcerated Talent is Entering (And Succeeding) In the Workforce
Why Talent Mobility Is Important for The Workforce
Talent Mobility: The Key To Unlocking Your Organization's Potential
Help Employees, Managers Recognize the Why of Lateral Moves
Employees Stay for Career Mobility, Pay Raises, Culture
Why Companies Should Stay Connected with Ex-Employees
Talent Mobility Tactics
Organizations and people are not static, and an employee’s roles and responsibilities should not be either. Talent mobility tactics include: