ISBN 9781422129722,Retaining Your Employees

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ISBN 9781422129722
Publisher

Harvard Universal Press

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781422129722

ISBN-10 1422129721
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 129 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Business

As a manager, what can you do to attract top talent and keep you company?s high-performance employees? In Retaining Employees, you?ll learn ways to stay competitive in the war for talent by using creative and effective retention strategies, including: Managing or removing common obstacles to retention, such as burnout and work-life imbalance Developing programs to better meet employees? needs Hiring the right employees to improve retention. About the Author Timothy Butler is the Director of Career Development Programs at the Harvard Business School. His research interests focus on career decision making generally and the relationship between personality structure and work satisfaction in particular. James Waldroop is a principal and co-founder of CareerLeader, LLP. Until 2001, he was Co-Director of MBA Career Development Programs at the Harvard Business School. Jim's work focuses on two areas of interface between psychology and the world of business: individual management development (executive effectiveness development) and career development assessment and counselling. Waldroop and Butler spent many years helping business people work through the career planning and development processes, including developing the Internet-based interactive career assessment program CareerLeader? currently used by over 400 MBA programs and corporations around the world. Waldroop and Butler are also the authors of four Harvard Business Review articles and two books: Discovering Your Career in Business (Perseus, 1997) and Maximum Success: Changing the 12 Behavior Patterns That Keep You from Getting Ahead (Doubleday, 2000).

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