Compensation Planning to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Compensation consistently ranks as a top reason why employees choose to join and remain in an organization.Yet, companies constantly struggle with the simple tasks of providing the right salary and bonus structures to recruit and maintain the best people. This is largely due to the fact that HR carries too much of the burden for running the annual compensation plans. Download this webinar to learn How to Use Compensation Planning to Attract and Retain Top Talent.

Steps to Improve Employee Retention

In Steps to Improve Employee Retention, Linda Ginac strategies to improve employee retention with effective employee development programs. The loss of valuable knowledge can delay projects, erode employee morale, and negatively impact the bottom line. In this webinar, find out the best ways t o establish a culture of employee career growth, satisfaction, and shared commitment to teamwork and company success. Studies have shown that replacing a productive and contributing employee can cost an organization between 30% – 50% of the former employee’s annual salary. In addition, the loss of valuable knowledge can delay projects, erode employee morale, and negatively impact the bottom line.

Preparing Your Next Generation of Leaders

Preparing Your Next Generation of Leaders focuses on creating a strategic workforce strategy for high-potentials. Two-third of companies misidentify their high-potential employees and nearly 40 percent of internal job moves made by individuals end in failure. With companies relying on high-potential employees for succession planning, identifying and developing those individuals is more important than ever.