Talent retention is one of the biggest challenges not new; neither are the reasons—dissatisfaction or unhappiness with their job or boss, new opportunities, and changing career. What's new is the intersection of these common reasons for leaving one employer for another and the phenomenon of a shrinking replacement pool of qualified workers. This Infoline provides you with an in-depth look at the talent retention problem and provides the information necessary to address your organization's need for establishing a retention strategy that provides both new workers and retiring baby boomers with solid reasons to stay. You will learn how to align your organization, career development strategies, and effective practices for success.
- Title: Talent Retention
- Release date: March 2007
- Publisher(s): Association for Talent Development
- ISBN: 9781562864866
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