In some ways high turnover was accepted as an undesirable cost of doing business
Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 6, 2006
In less than six months, GoodLife Fitness in partnership with the Center for Talent Retention reduced GoodLife’s new hire sales workforce turnover by more than 40%! Employee turnover in fitness clubs is typically similar to the extremely high turnover experienced in the retail and hospitality industries. “In some ways high turnover was accepted as an undesirable cost of doing business” says Dave McLean, former Chief People Officer of GoodLife Fitness. But that answer was not good enough for the Talent Obsessed Culture that McLean developed with a solid strategy and best practice tools and solutions developed and supported by the Center for Talent Retention.
Kim Egan, Chief Development Leader for the Center for Talent Solutions, Inc. comments, “GoodLife Fitness is an energetic group of people who when equipped with best practice tools and solutions and developed their managers’ capabilities to retain their employees were able to accomplish amazing turnover reduction goals!”
The complete Situation, Multiple Retention Solutions, Results and Key Learnings are described in the new publication of the Center for Talent Retention’s “GoodLife Fitness Case Study”. You can request to have a free copy emailed to you by clicking on this link: http://www.keeppeople.com/publications.htm
About the Center for Talent Solutions, Inc.
The Center for Talent Solutions is at the forefront of connecting employee results to business performance and can show how an organization’s ability to engage, retain, and build talent can impact their market competitiveness.
The Center for Talent Solutions operating divisions - Center for Talent Retention, Center for Talent Management, and Center for Knowledge Management are the leading experts on “taking action” to increase human capital results. They offer a full range of products, services, and best practice solutions guaranteed to equip your organization, managers, HR professionals, and work groups to take action to make a real impact on organization results by bringing together the best talent practices needed to attract, engage, build, leverage, and retain employees. They are known in the industry as an elite partner equipping companies like: General Electric, Becton Dickinson, Ball Corporation, ADP, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, BMC Software, John Deere, The Home Depot, and McDonalds to increase business performance through people.
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