PETERBOROUGH, NH - Oct. 8, 2009 - For many companies, half of all employee turnover happens in the first 90 days. Industries, such as retail, fast food, and call centers make hiring decisions they think are right but then watch large chunks of their talent leave shortly after hire.
Join Dick Finnegan, a recognized leading advisor on employee retention, as he explains the secrets to building a bond with new hires in their first 90 days of employment. The Retention Institute will sponsor the webinar titled Rethinking Retention in the First 90 Days on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Finnegan will offer research-based solutions, as well as company best practices for retaining employees. Specific topics Finnegan will cover include onboarding programs that drive retention, new-hire monitoring processes that enhance keeping the right employees and post-hire interviews that bond new hires to supervisors and peers.
Rethinking Retention in the First 90 Days is the second in a series of webinars from The Retention Institute scheduled for this fall. To register for the complimentary webinar, visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/874644032.
About The Retention Institute
The Retention Institute (SM) offers executives a comprehensive program in employee retention leading to certification as a Certified Employee Retention Professional (CERP). The program enables companies to measure the business impact and reduce the costs associated with employee turnover. The CERP program is based on The Rethinking Retention Model (SM) developed by retention expert Dick Finnegan. The model is a research-based method that offers three specific principles, seven proven strategies and more than 300 tested actionable tasks to improve employee retention. For additional information, visit http://www.retentioninstitute.com/.
About Richard Finnegan
As founder of The Retention Institute and president of Finnegan Mackenzie, The Retention Firm, Dick Finnegan is recognized by executives across people management professions as the leading thinker and advisor on employee retention. Finnegan has worked with scores of clients across six continents on employee retention solutions in industries including healthcare, energy, manufacturing, and financial services. He is the author of Rethinking Retention in Good Times and Bad, available in the fall of 2009. For additional information, visit www.theretentionfirm.com.
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