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What is the Career Monitor

The Career Monitor is an exclusive process used by HR Coach Network Members to interview your employees. It offers much more than a standard interview, it asks a series of open questions and ratings of the business and of themselves.

Highly impactful, insightful and practical, it is designed from real research on 10,000 employees in businesses since 2008 and includes critical impact questions.


Tailored to fit your business, it provides an individual report as a risk and opportunity analysis for an individual employees circumstance. You and your employee will be armed with specific information to gain a clear perspective on what is impacting the employee at both job and organisational level.


An additional benefit is that you will also identify critical issues with a risk factor rating within 3, 6 and 12-month time frames.

Why Everyone Want it and Use it?

There are many motivations for an individual to monitor their career. Am I on track with expectations, is my environment helping me to succeed, am I at my best to build my future? Am I maximizing what I know and what I can do? After all there is no better career building activity to do than to do a great job today. Self monitoring is a powerful and non threatening way for employees to own their career.

The motivation for businesses to conduct Retention Interviews is high:

  • It provides clear guidelines on how to retain the individual employee.

  • It assists employees to own how they can contribute to the business.

  • It provides a report with measurements and priorities to work on.

  • It provides a total individual risk rating.

  • Results can be collated with a total organizational risk rating.

Career Monitor - The Retention Interview

Effective employee development and retention assessments.

The Career Monitor is an ongoing employee development and retention initiative that uses research-based quantitative interviews, to provide risk and opportunity analysis for an individual employee circumstance.  A multifaceted view of their job, their peers and culture and the organisation provides a clear and concise evaluation of whether the employment relationship is at risk as well as identifying future areas of mutual opportunity.

Employers are armed with information to gain a clear perspective on the business including why people join and why they stay.  Due to the quantitative analysis, employers will also know how to prioritise each aspect within 3, 6 and 12 month time frames.

The Career Monitor program can be used in conjunction with:

  • Probation Reviews

  • Annual Performance Reviews

  • Pre-Exit Analysis

  • Individual Talent Management Programs

  • Performance Management Interventions

  • Key Employee Retention Programs

  • Annual Survey as part of a HR Plan

  • Capacity Risk Mapping as part of a Strategic Review

  • Succession Planning for key roles 

  • New Employee Survey

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