Shawnee Mission, KS, October 21, 2004--National Seminars is pleased to announce a two-day workshop devoted to employee retention. "Roger Herman's Employee Retention Boot Camp," created in collaboration with the internationally recognized "father of employee retention" Roger Herman, offers a solution to the growing problem of employee turnover.
Replacing a departing employee can cost anywhere from 50% to 200% of the employee's annual salary. Organizations are spending valuable resources--money that could go straight to the bottom line--recruiting and training new employees. Why? Because they don't know how to keep their good people.
Futurists forecast that, with an improving economy and a shortage of skilled workers, the situation is only going to get worse. Very soon, workforce stability will not just save time and money, but it will give companies a competitive edge.
Known as "the father of employee retention, Roger Herman is the author of Keeping Good People, the most important and popular book on the subject, and ten other books. Herman's years of proven success have been translated into this seminar loaded with the practical how-to's and management advice found in his seminal books, Keeping Good People and The Process of Excelling.
Specifically designed to halt the flow of highly talented people from employer organizations, this two-day workshop targets the problems and the people who have the greatest impact on employee retention--supervisors and managers. The relationship between employees and their immediate supervisors is the most influential factor that determines how long someone will stay with an employer. In this workshop, managers and supervisors will learn techniques and skills to create a supportive environment, improve employee performance, and retain high-quality talent.For additional information, contact: 800-344-4613.
Joyce Gioia (joy-yah)
The Herman Group is a firm of consulting futurists concentrating on workforce and workplace trends and their implications. Emphasis is placed on employee selection and retention as critical strategies. Included in the firm are researchers, professional speakers, authors, and consultants. The Herman Group is based in Greensboro, NC, with affiliates in Sao Paulo, Melbourne, Hong Kong, and Port Louis, Mauritius. Contact Joyce Gioia-Herman at 336-210-3548 or e-mail: email@example.com.
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