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Employee Retention 2024: This is not your 2010s workplace

By - Suzanne Lucas

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In 2019, January 31 was the most popular day to quit your job. In 2022, it was January 21. We don’t have the figures yet for 2023, but it’s most likely another day in January. But that doesn’t mean that once you make it to February, you’re good to go. You still need to focus on employee retention.

Remember, Gallup estimates that it costs anywhere from 50 percent of annual salary to 200 percent to replace people, making retention the most cost effective way to handle your employees.

This webinar will focus on what you can actually do to increase your employee retention, but caution: Retention takes actual work. This will tell you what you need to do.

Webinar Overview

  • Understand what your employees want
    • Employee surveys
    • Talking to employees
    • Stay interviews
  • Help employees set career goals
    • Find out career goals
    • Matching skills
    • Building a skills-based pipeline
    • Conducting gap analyses
  • Training managers
  • Facilitating internal movement
    • Remove barriers
    • Get manager buy-in
    • Focus on company success rather than departmental success
  • Money, money, money: why salaries really matter
  • Flexibility
  • Remote work
  • Putting it all together

Why you should attend

You need to retain your employees. Finding out the tips and tricks to retention can help decrease your turnover. This webinar will help you develop a path to retain your best employees.

Who should attend?

Business Owners
Human Resources professionals
Managers & Supervisors
Project Managers
Team Leaders
Compliance professionals
Operations professionals

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Speaker Detail

Suzanne Lucas

Suzanne Lucas, better known as the Evil HR Lady, spent a decade in the realm of corporate HR before embarking on a new mission to enhance the world of work for all individuals. Throughout her tenure in Corporate HR, she hired, fired, trained, and provided HR coaching at all levels, ranging from freshly recruited 16-year-old grocery store cashiers to Senior Vice Presidents. Suzanne had a wealth of experience in guiding people through complex legal scenarios and providing support and coaching to those who had lost their jobs, enabling them to strive toward success once again. Suzanne jumped on the AI revolution early and has conducted research into the practical uses of AI technology and its impact on HR. Additionally, her work demonstrates the difficulty of overcoming bias within tools such as ChatGPT, Bard, and other AI interfaces. Following the launch of the Evil HR Lady Website, Suzanne's impact multiplied exponentially as she trained thousands of individuals, delivered speeches on an international stage, and published articles in prominent outlets such as Inc Magazine and CBS News. Her relentless efforts are steadily inching her closer to her goal of empowering people to flourish in their professional journeys. Not only is Suzanne passionate about her profession, but she also has a delightful sense of humor. In 2020, she decided to pursue training to become an improv comedian. Honing her skills at the renowned Groundlings School, she began performing with a local ensemble, bringing laughter to diverse audiences, from local bars to academic conferences. Interestingly, the principles of improv comedy proved to be valuable tools in helping people unleash their full potential. Suzanne combined her two passions, career development and improv comedy, to craft unique training programs that fostered effective communication, built confidence, and inspired laughter throughout the process. Suzanne's devotion to her work and her desire to see people thrive in their respective roles was palpable. She cherished the opportunity to aid individuals in improving their performance in whatever occupation they pursued. With excitement and anticipation, Suzanne eagerly looked forward to collaborating with prospective clients to develop and deliver workshops that would enable their employees to unleash their true capabilities and be the best versions of themselves.

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