Employee retention

Strategies for creating a workplace employees don’t want to leave

Create a better workplace

With a down economy, avoiding unnecessary costs is important. Turnover is one manageable cost. Employers must identify who is at risk for departure and create an environment they don’t want to leave. This session defines strategies to identify employees at risk of flight and what you can do to keep them.

What you'll learn

  • Review the cost of turnover
  • Review methods for gathering employee feedback of the workplace
  • Discuss how to evaluate employees for “stickiness” or retention
  • Review strategies for effective employee retention

Who should watch

  • Business owners/leaders
  • HR managers

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Carrie Cox, PHR, SHRM-CP
Senior Consultant,
HR Services

Carrie Cox is a senior organizational development consultant for AGH Employer Solutions’ organizational development and family business services group. Carrie has experience in a variety of human resource functions, including a thorough knowledge of labor laws, compensation structures, employee classification, benefits administration, performance management, and human resource best practices. She has served clients in a number of industries including manufacturing, construction, banking, and not-for-profits.

Carrie graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in biology. She is a member of the national and local chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and has earned the SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) credential. Additionally, she is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) by the Human Resource Certification Institute, and is a certified practitioner for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®.