22 – 23 February 2016 |
Recruitment and retention are among the most challenging issues facing community human services organizations across the globe. Supervisors, managers, and human resources personnel in community human services organizations are always looking for solutions to the challenges of recruitment and retention of their
employees. This workshop is designed with tools and techniques to effective recruitment and retention, that community human services organizations can use to assess and address workforce challenges they face.
Managing your human resources efforts can seem like a daunting task. Quite often, an organization’s recruitment and retention efforts are an assortment of extant practices and policies that, over time, have grown into what is accepted as a strategy. Recruiting new employees is costly, and turnover is costly. As the labor market tightens in the future retention becomes increasingly important for a number of reasons. We will discuss some of those reasons in this workshop, as well as some things that employers are doing now to increase the retention of their most valuable asset... their employees.
Major Benefits of Attending:
- IDENTIFY the tools and techniques in recruitment and retention strategies.
- MEASURE the needs of workforce in your organization
- LEARN how to understand candidate’s profile – KPI’s, competencies, abilities, personality
- KNOW what financial and non-financial benefits keep our employees loyal
- UNDERSTAND what is personal and employers branding
- RECOGNIZE new talents -Gen X,Y
Who Should Attend?
Chief Executive Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Chief Human Resource Officers, Chief Talent Officers,
Directors, General Managers, Vice Presidents, Heads, Senior Managers, Managers, Senior Executives and
ü Human Resource Management
ü Recruitment/ Talent Sourcing
ü Talent Management
ü Employee Retention
ü Employee Engagement
ü Performance Management
ü Organizational Development
ü Employee Relations
ü Leadership Development