Tips on how to ensure that your career is on the right track
How much thought have you put into the trajectory of your career?
Career pathing is the process used by an employee to chart a course within an organisation or industry for their career path and career development.
Recruitment specialist Frances Kazan says career pathing should ideally be the mutual responsibility of both the employee and the employer.
Kazan adds that career pathing should be a continuous journey and that the employee should always try to show initiative.
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At the same time, she argues that companies who do not practice career pathing have a high rate of employee turnover.
Career pathing requires an understanding of what knowledge, skills, personal traits, and experience is needed for an employee to progress their career laterally, or through promotions and transfers.
We believe career pathing must start before you even hire somebody.Frances Kazan, CEO and founder at Salamis Consulting
Not everyone wants to grow, most people just want more money. It's important for the organisation to understand the talent.Frances Kazan, CEO and founder at Salamis Consulting
It's not even about age. It's about attitude, skills level, capabilities, capacity, commitment, confidence and all of those things. When you've got all of those things, you need to develop them.Frances Kazan, CEO and founder at Salamis Consulting
People will see when you're interested about your career because you'll take your job seriously and ask questions.Frances Kazan, CEO and founder at Salamis Consulting
I don't know anyone who likes their boss.Frances Kazan, CEO and founder at Salamis Consulting
Kazan offered her career advice and answered questions from callers who shared their personal experiences.
Take a listen to the insightful discussion during the World of Work feature:
I'm liking the 702 @Eusebius show. Are skilled and experienced professionals well taken care of in the workplace? Lots of challenges there.— Mbini Kutta (@mbinikutta) April 11, 2018
@Eusebius listening to a qualified CA with blindness and her wits end get help with her career prospects was just a priceless moment.— p u l u m o (@JPMohapeloa) April 11, 2018
Wish everyone who keeps talking about wanting career growth or change was listening.— Twala_Mnyamandze (@busi29) April 11, 2018
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