Retain Your Talent by Investing in Your Employees

We’re constantly being told that there’s a war on talent, given the abundance of job openings and scarcity of qualified candidates to fill them. However, most companies don’t realize that their best talent is likely already employed by them.

With the high cost of replacing an employee — which can cost as much as two times their first-year salary, companies must figure out a way to develop their current employee pool. Studies have shown that not only can re-skilling your employees be beneficial to your own organization, it can have a much greater impact on the global economy. Investing in employees is a sound business strategy because it helps you gain credibility in the industry. Job seekers will want to work for companies that value their people and provide them with opportunities to learn and grow.

What you’ll learn from this webinar roundtable:

-Why investing in your employees is so important for your organization.

-How to find hidden talent in your organization and create a culture that engages and sustains it.

-How to build an action plan to develop talent that yields sustainable results.

-What resources are available to you to help your employees develop.

Our expert panel includes:

  • Brylee Tashman – Chief People Officer at EmpiRx Health
  • Allie Moss – Director, Global Learning & Development at MediaMath
  • Stephanie Mari – Head of Coaching and Development at Insight Data Science
  • Dan Tobin – Corporate Learning Strategy Consultant

In this discussion, you’ll learn more about our panelists experience retaining and retraining their existing talent to improve employee engagement and decrease turnover in their organization. They’ll share more about what has worked well for them and what hasn’t. Whether you’re curious about learning more, it’s your first time as a talent leader, or you’re seasoned on the topic — all can benefit from this lively discussion. Our goal is to offer insight into how you can improve now and over time from experts across all different industries.

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