AUG 27

Improving Employee Engagement & Retention Through Stay Interviews


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  27 Aug 2019 through 27 Aug 2019


  Online Event

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Sponsoring organization:

  Training Doyens


  Business > Human-Resources

Event description:

OVERVIEW Stay interviews are an important employee engagement and retention tool that serves as a means of re-recruiting your workforce – because what attracted your employees is often different from what will keep them. Stay interviews tend to improve engagement, productivity, employee loyalty and commitment - as well as retention. In this webinar you will learn how to prepare for, conduct & follow through on stay interviews to improve retention. WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND Turnover today is rampant because employees can be choosy with: • the lowest unemployment rate in 48 years • for the first time ever in the U.S. there are more job openings • than eligible candidates • over half of U.S. employees saying it is ‘somewhat likely’ or ‘very • likely’ they can find a job as good as the one they have • 50% of employees & 60% of millennials considering • new employment opportunities • the average tenure for employees in their 20’s being less than • 18 months And turnover is expensive with the cost of replacing a: • $10-hour employee over $3,000 • $30-50,000 job over $8,000 • $100,000 often over $200,000 However, engaged employees when compared to unengaged employees have: • 65% less turnover in low-turnover organizations • and 25% lower turnover in high-turnover organizations AREAS COVERED The Objective of a Stay Interview • Making employees feel valued & improving engagement, productivity & retention • Reinforcing good relationships, forging new ones & helping repair those that are strained • Re-recruiting talent, causing employees to feel valued & enhancing the relationship between an employee & his/her manager What Stay Interviews Are • Employee/supervisor meetings to uncover what is important to each employee • Means of learning why employees stay, might leave & what their supervisor can do to improve their work experience • A tool to enhance employee loyalty and commitment Why Stay Interviews Are Not • Performance appraisals • Conducted only when problems arise • Personal development • Causal, random discussions Initiating a Stay Interview Program • Who should conduct the interviews & why • Training managers & leaders • Setting retention goals Scheduling & Conducting Stay Interviews • Frequency & length of each interview • Preparing for an interview • The most effective stay interview and employee retention questionnaire • How to probe for candid responses • Handling employee responses for which you don’t have an immediate answer Following Through on Your Stay Interviews • Creating & documenting action plans • Sharing accountability for the follow through • Following up on the action plans • Forecasting future turnover LEARNING OBJECTIVES It is easy to make the business case for retaining your organization’s talent because turnover is both rampant & expensive. And to make matters worse – the most talented employees: • Have more opportunities available to them • Are the most expensive to replace • Are the quickest to leave if they are unengaged • May take top performers with them • May take customers with them Stay Interviews have become a very popular and effective means of reducing turnover with supervisors meeting individually with their direct reports to learn why they are staying or might leave - and what the supervisor can do to improve each employee's work experience. To know how to encourage employees to stay, we have to ask what only they know. Exit Interviews are too late. WHO WILL BENEFIT Any Leader, Manager or Supervisor [HR, Production, Accounting, Sales, IT, etc.] – who wants to increase employee engagement and/or retention. Use Promo Code MKT10N and get flat 10% discount on all purchases To Register (or) for more details please click on this below link: Email: [email protected] Toll Free: +1-888-300-8494 Tel: +1-720-996-1616 Fax: +1-888-909-1882

Posting date:

25 July 2019
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