CFMA's 2015 Annual Conference & Exhibition


Strategies to Improve Employee Engagement and Recruit Top Talent in the Field & Office


Jun 30, 2015 2:45pm ‐ Jun 30, 2015 4:25pm


Credits: None available.

Standard: $49.95
Members: $29.95

Description

Finding, hiring, and keeping top talent is as difficult as ever, and since the Great Recession, the increased demand for this talent ensures this trend will continue. As a result, we are forced to look at new ways of meeting all hiring needs, especially for field personnel. Once talented employees are hired, companies should go to great lengths to ensure these new hires are fully engaged in and stay employed with the business.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the “costs” of losing top talent, which not only includes the cost of recruiting and training a replacement, but also the negative impact on the remaining employees.
  • Understand the most effective non-monetary strategies to ensure top employees are fully engaged in the business so they may be retained and specific compensation strategies that help retention.
  • Find out what employees want and expect from their companies and how accomplishing those desires and meeting or exceeding their expectations affect engagement and retention.
  • Learn the key components of an effective recruiting function for field and office.
  • Understand how social media, employer branding, and your hiring process impacts your recruiting success How to avoid common recruiting pitfalls.

Speaker(s):

Credits

  • 2.00 - Personnel/Human Resources

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