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Frequently asked questions:

Progression is run by the team behind the leading repository for open-source progression frameworks in the world.

We've written and researched over 290 skills and dozens of frameworks ourselves, and have hundreds of happy customers, from boutique design agencies to unicorn startups and Fortune 500 companies.

If you'd like to know more, please have a look at some of our Customer Stories.

It's completely free for every person in your company to have a Progression account. You can craft your framework and have an unlimited number of skills and positions for no cost whatsoever.

If you want to get serious about helping your people progress, you can add skill based check-ins to show growth, keep your team motivated by celebrating wins and get a handy Slack integration from $5 per user per month.

You can read more about our pricing here.

Have you ever worked in a team where it wasn't clear what was expected of you, or who was responsible for what?

If you're a line manager, your team will really value the fact that Progression makes it easy to see exactly what they need to build on to get to the next level. That helps both of you stay aligned, have better 121s, and make annual reviews less painful.

People teams and senior management love the fact that Progression gives alignment across the whole organisation. It makes it easier to embed cultural values as part of career conversations. And most importantly, it helps remove some of the subjectivity of annual reviews, so you can confidently say exactly why your colleague deserves a promotion or pay rise.

If you want to learn more about how Progression can help you measure career growth, have a look here.

Building a Progression framework from scratch can be difficult. You need to think through different job descriptions, what skills are essentially to these roles, and how should those skills vary depending on the level of the team member.

Progression's skills and framework library means you can get an initial version ready in 30 mins. To refine that and get it to fit an individual team's unique makeup will typically take a few additional hours of thinking and collaboration.

Our customers say that using Progression typically means it takes around half the time to get the framework up and running that with spreadsheets or other HR tools, with some saying using Progression saved them weeks of research and writing.

If you're looking for tips on how to get started, please have a look here.

While promotions are a massive part of career progression, they're still only part of the picture. By helping people benchmark exactly where they are today and where they need to be to reach the next level, you can more confidently have conversations around promotions.

Capturing check-ins and wins in Progression also makes it much easier to prepare for annual reviews objectively, regardless of how hard the conversation has to be.

If you'd like to learn more about the difference between performance management and career development, have a look at our blog here.

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