Pharma and Immuno-Oncology Report: 2018
Insights designed to help companies understand their greatest asset ... their people.
CEO, hiQ Labs
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After analyzing over 65,000 public profiles from 10 major pharmaceutical companies, we are pleased to share with you some of our findings. Accordingly, those with I-O expertise are in incredibly high demand.
For example: even beyond their distinctive set of skills, I-O professionals represent a unique segment of pharmaceutical workers. They are highly educated, highly connected, and easily found online by external recruiters.
Furthermore, certain pharmaceutical companies are better able to attract and retain I-O professionals in general; others appeal to the subset of young, high-potential I-O researchers.
Finally, the retention risk surrounding a company’s I-O pool is associated with key organization-level outcomes, such as stock growth, but interestingly seems to have little correlation with a CEO's approval rating.
The findings in this report should elicit a sense of urgency regarding your investments in I-O talent. They are nested in a dynamic environment wherein the average employee is switching jobs about every 4 years. Consider the economic impact of hiring and training an I-O professional only to see them leave after a few years – what is that ROI to you?