Retaining Employees During the Great Resignation
These recruitment tactics are the direct result of the "Great Resignation". It's like you have a big hole in the bottom of your bucket and cannot understand why you keep putting water in it, but it never gets full.
So, what are you doing to retain your current employees?
Surprisingly, it is not all about money. Although low pay can be a factor, people typically stay because they like the work environment. The primary reasons people leave a company a toxic or negative work environment caused by coworkers and bosses. Some employees just get bored with the work and find a more challenging job elsewhere.
Stop the madness and start working to retain employees.
This webinar will review several actions you can take to retain your employees.
Why Should You Attend
You don't need a PhD to figure out the causes of turnover. A negative work environment has an adverse effect on productivity, profitability, morale, absenteeism and turnover. Who wants to work for an abusive and demeaning boss?
Imagine how much more could be accomplished if employees liked coming to work every day. Imagine how your turnover would be lowered if employees trusted their bosses and coworkers.
You should attend this webinar to gain additional information on how to stop the madness described above.
Areas Covered in the Session
» Keeping it Simple
» A Manager's Basic Role
» Traits of a High-Performance Workplace
» Changing Management Behaviors
» Causes of Turnover
» Action Item for Participants
Who Will Benefit
» Human Resources Professionals
» All Managers
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