TalentKeepers’ RetentionWorks® Awarded Official U.S. Patent

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Web-based retention system is first of its kind to receive such patent

so it was well worth the time and effort invested.

TalentKeepers, the global leader in employee retention solutions, has been awarded a U.S. Patent for their web-based employee retention system, RetentionWorks®.

RetentionWorks® is the first web-based employee retention solution of its kind to receive an official U.S. Patent, reinforcing the breakthrough approach offered to organizations seeking to cut turnover. RetentionWorks® is an integrated set of retention tools that actively engages leaders and team members through the use of assessment and diagnostic tools, development modules, support tools, in-depth reporting and tracking and related processes to help improve retention and business performance. RetentionWorks® is designed to build awareness, competence, and support throughout an organization and is proven to consistently reduce unwanted turnover.

TalentKeepers’ VP of Client Services, Craig R. Taylor, who played a key role in initiating this patent said, “We have received several accolades for RetentionWorks from clients and industry leaders alike, but receiving a U.S. Patent is a different kind of recognition and validation that really solidifies the uniqueness of what we have developed.”

RetentionWorks® went through an intensive validation process, owing to the rigors of the U.S. Patent Office; it became final on May 13 with receipt of the official patent.

“We knew we had created something innovative and unique,” said TalentKeepers’ CEO Fredric Frank, one of the original architects of RetentionWorks, “so it was well worth the time and effort invested.”

About TalentKeepers®
TalentKeepers®, Inc. is a global leader in employee retention research, award-winning solutions, and proven results in reducing unwanted turnover through their Web-based program RetentionWorks®. TalentKeepers’ unique solutions consistently achieve strong results by focusing on improving the retention skills of front line leaders and involving employees and executives in the effort to build a culture of retention and engagement that improves business results. TalentKeepers® was founded in 2000 by Fredric D. Frank along with co-founder Christopher Mulligan, together totaling over 40 years of combined human resources experience.

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