As a business in an uncertain economy, your most valuable staff members are an even more valuable resource than ever in serving your marketplace. Are you, out of fear, letting go of your most valuable assets in the name of economizing. Maximizing staff retention is an important part of any realistic answer.
People Placesis a seminar that will offer an introduction to commonsense curatives, as well as suggestions for immediate relief as well as long-term staff health.
Total cures clearly cannot be provided by one seminar, but tips will be offered to help you ask the right questions, to examine the right areas in your own organization.
Turnover costs can be staggering, particularly for the small business where turnover tends to be felt deeper in the pocket. Turnover, particularly involving the most valuable contributors, takes on critical relevance in a climate where every dollar is significant.
According to the American Institute of Stress, 40% of job turnover is stress-related. The world is enormously stressful, but the workplace need not reflect this condition. Create a People Place, an oasis in which effort is appreciated and loyalty, creativity and productivity are rewarded.
The value of People Places is not in offering answers but in guiding participants to ask the right questions for their organization.
People Placesopens the door to an examination of the following areas:
Recruiting & Hiring High Cost Answers Penny Pinching Placement Agency Phobia Communication Ailments Hire in Haste
Healthy Beginnings Bad Beginnings Training Ills No Time for Check-Ups Missing Feedback
Ailing Leadership Speak the Language Leadership Fractures Short Sightedness Blurred Vision Creeping Blindness
On The Job Lack of Cohesion Mistrust Creativity Paralysis Unfair Division of Labor Defective Expectations Measuring Health Room to Grow Ailing Environment Healthy Placement Key to Health
For your complimentary People Places consultation, please complete the form and we will contact you to schedule a no obligation RESULTS telephone meeting.