TalentGuard™ CEO Linda Ginac to speak at SHRM Talent Management Conference and Expo
Austin, TX – Thursday, September 19, 2013 – TalentGuard™, a leading cloud-based talent management software and consulting company, announced today that Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Linda M. Ginac, will be presenting at the SHRM Talent Management Conference & Exposition being held April 28-30, 2014 in Nashville, TN. Ginac will be speaking about 6 Steps to Improving Employee Retention.
In “6 Steps,” Linda Ginac will discuss how losing key employees is costly to an organization. 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.
The question has to be asked; what is it about our organization’s value proposition that is not resonating with employees? What can our organization do in 2013 to retain valued employees?
In this session, participants will learn how to better ensure a happy, motivated, loyal, and productive workforce. We focused on improving your employee retention rates in 2013 and maintaining a workforce focused on driving company success. Find out the best ways to establish a culture of employee career growth, satisfaction, and shared commitment to teamwork and company success, for example:
TalentGuard provides the software and consulting services you need to attract, develop and retain talent so that your organization can achieve sustainable global growth. With our integrated suite of innovative products, TalentGuard empowers your company to make informed, predictive decisions about your workforce. Our talent management software focuses on the vital HR areas of performance management, career pathing, succession planning, 360 feedback, applicant tracking, learning management and development planning- all of which contribute to the creation of a high-performance culture. We make it easier than ever for you to create a “system of engagement” as opposed to a “system of record”.