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Slamming the Brakes on Turnover
April 18 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am MDT
Turnover has been on the rise and there is no indication that it will slow down. New employees typically decide within the first six months if they will stay and most will leave within three years. Coupled with a tight labor market, it is no surprise that turnover and retention are a key business imperative for most industries. Turnover is expensive and disruptive!
High turnover isn’t the case for all businesses and it doesn’t have to be that way for you. This webinar will cover ideas and tools that will turn the tide for your company. You will learn the reasons why people come and go and strategies for slamming the brakes on the constant churning of employees.
Business outcomes, including turnover, are the result of best practices and application of evidence-based strategies that are shown to make a difference. You will be armed with ideas that you can use to turn the tide.
- Discuss why turnover matters.
- Identify your environment and vulnerabilities.
- Explain how onboarding increases productivity, engagement and retention.
- List the 4 C’s of best practice onboarding.
- Describe the power of performance management to clarify expectations and motivate employees.
- Define the key components of being a good coach and mentor.
Managers, supervisors, directors and emerging leaders that are responsible for employee turnover and retention, human resource leadership, and employee development
Wes Pruett, Owner, HR Advisors, LLC, works with small and mid-size companies who want to align their business and employees to create successful outcomes and excellent work environments. He supports companies with a wide variety of HR issues, including performance management, handbook and policy development, and compliance.
Mr. Pruett also coaches leaders and frequently uses the DiSC profile system to facilitate leadership and employee training related to communication, teamwork and other workplace challenges.
The speaker has no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this presentation.
April 11; 5:00 p.m. MDT