While many employers believe they're providing workers with career opportunities and challenging assignments, employees think employers are coming up short in these and other areas.

Employers have marginally high optimism about their career management programs, according to Willis Towers Watson’s 2016 Global Talent Management and Rewards Study, which found nearly six in 10 U.S. employers (58%) said their programs were effective at providing traditional career advancement opportunities, including both promotions and lateral moves.

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