The Retention Institute Hosts Series of Webinars to Help Companies Combat Employee Turnover

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Complimentary webinars provide research-based tactics and company best practices for improving employee retention

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However, I can share my research and first-hand experiences on what to look for and how to hire employees that will stay.

Costly employee turnover is the greatest staffing concerns for top executives. However, most companies don’t have the tools or the knowledge for preventing employee turnover.

The Retention Institute will host a series of webinars focused on providing companies with specific guidance for improving employee retention. Hiring managers and human resource executives will benefit from attending the series, which will take place in the fall of 2009. The first complimentary webinar is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009 at 3 p.m. Eastern time and is titled “Rethinking Retention: Hiring Workers Who Stay.”

During the webinar, Dick Finnegan, a recognized leading advisor on employee retention, will discuss what companies can do during the hiring process to increase employee retention. Finnegan developed The Rethinking Retention Model, which is a research-based method offering more than 300 tested actionable tasks to improve employee retention.

Finnegan will provide webinar attendees with research-based tactics and company best practices that give employers an edge and lower employee turnover when making hiring decisions.

“There is no tool available to predict stick-ability, or the tendency for an employee to stick with a company when they are hired,” said Finnegan. “However, I can share my research and first-hand experiences on what to look for and how to hire employees that will stay.”

To register for the complimentary webinar, visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/810645072 .

About The Retention Institute
The Retention Institute (SM) offers executives a comprehensive program in employee retention leading to certification as a Certified Employee Retention Professional (CERP). The program enables companies to measure the business impact and reduce the costs associated with employee turnover. The CERP program is based on The Rethinking Retention Model (SM) developed by retention expert Dick Finnegan. The model is a research-based method that offers three specific principles, seven proven strategies and more than 300 tested actionable tasks to improve employee retention. For additional information, visit http://www.retentioninstitute.com/ .

About Richard Finnegan:
As president of Finnegan Mackenzie, The Retention Firm, Dick Finnegan is recognized by executives across people management professions as the leading thinker and advisor on employee retention. Dick has worked with scores of clients across six continents on employee retention solutions in industries including healthcare, energy, manufacturing, and financial services. He is the author of Rethinking Retention in Good Times and Bad, available in the fall of 2009. For additional information, visit http://www.theretentionfirm.com .

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