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Recruiting for Retention: Hiring
Workers Who Will Stay
60-Minute Interactive Seminar
Featuring: Dick Finnegan, President, Finnegan Mackenzie,
The Retention Firm
Thursday, June 5, 2008 at 1pm (ET)
Reducing turnover is the result of many factors working together to create a workforce that is satisfied across a number of levels from compensation to lifestyle.
Setting the stage, however, is the initial recruitment effort. If your organization's recruiting effort fails to deliver quality people, the greatest retention program on earth will be worthless, to say nothing of the cost. Fortunately there are strategies and tactics you can employ to "recruit for retention." That is, to build into your recruitment program the elements that assure quality candidates who, once hired, will make a commitment to your company - and keep it!
On Thursday, June 5, 2008, Dick Finnegan, President of Finnegan Mackenzie, The Retention Firm, and a recognized recruiting expert, will lead a Kennedy-sponsored interactive seminar that spells out the steps to take to build a retention-focused recruiting program, from first steps to evaluation.
In this fast-paced, 60-minute presentation, you and your team will learn what works and what doesn't, plus proven best practices across a wide range of activities designed to deliver reliable, long-term employees.
You'll find the details of this ground-breaking seminar listed here, together with details on how your entire team can attend together for one low fee! Check it out!
Can't make this date? Register now and receive access to the full recorded event following its conclusion. Listen at your leisure from anywhere with web access!
Registration includes link to the online event, a PowerPoint presentation, Q&A and email access to the speaker before, during, and after the event.
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