Linda Ginac discusses “6 Steps to Improve Employee Retention” and focuses on the communication strategies necessary to build a company-wide talent management mindset that will allow you to attract and retain top employees. Find out the best ways to establish a culture of employee career growth, satisfaction, and shared commitment to teamwork and company success.
If there is one common theme across organizations today, it’s this: employees are frustrated in their current jobs. So how can organizations find ways to reduce turnover and keep employees more motivated and engaged in their jobs? One way is through career pathing – giving employees a comprehensive career development plan that helps them visualize their career growth within the company. Career pathing provides a way for employees to take ownership of their career development and chart a map for how they will achieve their career goals. This paper provides an overview on the value of career pathing and how it can become an instrumental tool for companies to assess and develop their talent.
Strengthening the relationship between employees and their companies creates highly-engaged and motivated personnel – which is good for the bottom line. Unfortunately, executives often deal with such high-level issues themselves they need reminders that corporate planning efforts must extend all the way down to the individuals that comprise the organization.
Career pathing is an important process to help employees create an effective career development strategy. Whether aspiring to a specific career within the company, or being targeted by management for future position(s), career pathing is a proven program by which successful transitions of employees into new roles can occur. As a result, the employee becomes more engaged in their career and are motivated to stay with the company, increasing retention and reducing new hire costs.
In this webinar, Linda Ginac takes an in-depth look at how organizations are helping employees chart a career path and prioritizing internal candidates for new job opportunities. Instead of employees settling for traditional, outdated career ladder opportunities, career pathing gives employees career “lattice” options. Career lattices allow individuals the ability to pursue other roles in the company where their experience and knowledge can be applied to the new position.
This overview will provide a detailed look into the features of TalentGuard’s Career Pathing software and how it can help achieve your employee development goals
60% of Millennials expect to stay in a job for less than 3 years. In this webinar, you will learn about Cultivating the Next Generation through Career Pathing. The price tag for replacing a Millennial employee can cost $15,000 to $25,000. As the millennial generation replaces the baby boomers as the largest generation of active workers, organizations must consider what strategies will retain valuable millennial employees. The truth is, this generation does have different expectations. One of which is mapping out a clear track for advancement. Allow them to set their sight on the big prize, and empower them to manage their career path.