Everything moves fast in the digital age — including careers. According to Business Insider, even the most attractive tech companies retain employees for less than two years on average. When employees leave an organization, valuable and unique knowledge is often lost
Some of that knowledge may be easy to replace. But most of it isn’t.
Additionally, most organizations don’t have a formal way of capturing and sharing unique knowledge throughout the organization, since it is difficult to quantify. This unshared knowledge is costing companies money in terms of resources and productivity.
We surveyed 1001 American employees across a variety of industries to learn as much as we could about their experiences using — and having to cope without — unique knowledge.
Download to learn our report to learn the following:
How employees struggle to get the information they need. The correlation between turnover rates and access to knowledge What the most important source of information is to employees
Read our report to learn more.