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Employee retention is most critical issue facing corporate leaders as a result of the shortage of skilled labor, economic growth and employee turnover. This site explores all aspects of the workforce stability issue in the face of unprecedented churning in the employment market with a focus on retaining your employees. This is one of the hottest topics for corporate leaders in all fields in the United States and globally.
Struggling with uncontrolled turnover? We can help. Designed to provide employers--executives, managers, and human resource professionals--with a wide range of tools to control employee turnover, this site offers a wide range of products and services to help you to build retain your most valuable players... and profit. Workforce stability can be your competitive advantage in these turbulent times.
Our founder Roger Herman was recognized as a pioneer, having written the first management book on the topic (Keeping Good People) and Joyce Gioia, his partner and co-author in this important work.
Employee Retention in the New Millennium
Today's labor force is different. Supervisors must take responsibility for their own employee retention. If they don't, they could be left without enough good employees. A wise employer will learn how to attract and keep good employees, because in the long run, this workforce will make or break a company's reputation.
New supervisors must be prepared to be collaborative, supportive, and nurturing of their people. The old style of "my-way-or-the-highway" style of management is a thing of the past. Most new supervisors need training to understand what it really takes to retain employees.
Employee retention involves being sensitive to people's needs and demonstrating the various strategies in the five families detailed in Roger Herman's classic book on employee retention, Keeping Good People.
Employee retention takes effort, energy, and resources...and the results are worth it.