Keeping Good People: What Works to Engage and Retain Todays Workers - Webinar By TrainHR

Venue: Online Training

Location: Wilmington, Delaware, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 24, 2012 End Date/Time: Jul 24, 2012
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Overview : Employee retention has become a powerful competitive strategy. This aspect of corporate management has never been as important as it is today-and it will become even more vital in the foreseeable future.

They expect-and demand-quality, service, and value. If they don't get what they want, they'll switch suppliers at the drop of a hat! The bond has become very fragile. Yet, employee retention is a must for a business to gain competitive edge, simply because your employees build efficiency, effectiveness, and productive relationships with your customers and suppliers.

Why you should attend: When the economy recovers, we will see an unprecedented churning in the labor marketplace. People will be jumping from job to job, because they can. Employers who do not take steps now will find themselves lacking the workers they need to get the job done-to make their products and serve their customers. Companies will find themselves in an unstoppable downward spiral of losing business, because customers are not well-served, then reducing staff to maintain profitability. Then because the staff has been reduced, more customers defect to the competition and the beat goes on until the company is out of business. That's why it’s important to start now to keep your good people and keep them engaged. When you are able to keep your good people, recognize that you will be working counter-trend. There will be constant pressure on your people to jump to another employer, so you will need to remain ever vigilant.

Areas Covered In the Session:
Six reasons why people leave one job and go to another;
Five easy-to-implement ideas for enhancing the work environment
Seven low-cost means to enable personal and professional growth
Three sure-fire ways to build productive relationships
Five simple approaches for providing task-focused support
And finally, how to position your organization for successful future recruitment and retention.

Who will benefit:
HR Executives
Training professionals


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