- Overview : Two forces have forever changed the practices of recruiting and retaining top talent in organizations today: The global financial crisis and the Internet (including social media). What has changed much less are the fundamental elements that people value in their work.
This program begins by comparing recruiting and retention in periods (or geographic areas) of relative economic strength with those of economic uncertainty or recession, and teaches the three immutable facts of recruiting and retention in any economy.
Attendees will learn the importance of using a combination of hi-tech and hi-touch in employee recruiting. They'll learn how to establish, develop, and nurture an irresistible employment brand, by using the Internet, traditional websites, blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, and a variety of other social media applications. It's not enough to have a "Career" tab on your website these days, and attendees will learn how to take their branding to a whole new level, and see examples of successful employers who have done just that.
The course will move from recruiting strategies to retention, by teaching attendees how to get new hires hooked in to their new company even before day one, and how to maintain their enthusiasm throughout the employment relationship. A specific outline of what the instructor calls "Re-Recruiting" will be shared, as a way of getting people onboard quickly and in the most positive manner.
We'll talk about the changing trends in employee tenure, and how employers can develop realistic expectations for employee retention.
Much of the remainder of the program will deal with what individual managers can, and must do to capture the hearts and minds of their employees for the duration of their careers:
- Hiring the right people from the start
- The importance of leadership skills for every manager
- How to get people "connected" to their work, to maximize engagement, quality, and retention
- Removing frustrations and barriers to doing the best work
- How to express appreciation
- The role of training in employee retention
- How to show you care, without coddling.
Why you should attend: When it comes to recruiting and retention, the rules have changed since the global economic recession that began in 2008. As the economy inches toward a slow and uncertain recovery, employers are again looking for top talent to fuel the growth of their businesses. Those who learn to both attract and retain the best will win the war for talent and position themselves for growth; their competitors for talent will continue to lag behind and fail to capitalize on the growth opportunities represented by a recovering economy.
Employers who are attracting top talent today recognize that those who are looking for opportunities are an entirely different group from those we saw just 5 years ago. Being unemployed no longer carries the stigma of the past, and is more than ever before an unreliable predictor of future job success.
The Internet and social media have changed the recruiting scene irreversibly. At the same time, the fundamentals of employee engagement and retention have changed little. Employers who grasp both of these concepts will be in the best position to capitalize on the strength of their human capital.
One of THE most important functions any manager performs is deciding who gets to play on the team. Without training and insight into what makes the highest performing employees, managers risk hiring people who may look good on paper (or online), but lack what it takes to succeed in their environment.
It's clear that reputation recruits, while leadership retains. This program helps employers navigate the redesigned waterways of employee recruiting to strengthen their employer brand, and build the kind of workplace that gets people focused and engaged in pursuit of organizational goals.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- The changing employment/unemployment picture
- 3 immutable facts about employee recruiting and retention
- The difference in recruiting and retention in a recessionary economy vs. a robust economy
- Communicating your employer brand
- Optimizing the Internet and social media in recruiting
- Hiring the right people in the first place
- The one key element that has the greatest effect on employee retention
- Other tools and practices to retain and engage top talent
- CFO's, etc, in small to medium sized businesses
- Managers in HR
- Customer Service
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- Sponsors: TrainHR
- Speakers: Richard Hadden
- Attendees: CFO's, etc, in small to medium sized businesses VP's Directors Managers in HR Finance Operations Customer Service
- Contact person: Webinars
- Event website: http://www.trainhr.com/control/w_product/~product_id=700156LIVE
- Phone: 800-447-9407
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