Attracting and retaining today’s top talent in is a lot like a game of finders, keepers. First, you need to find the talent. Then you need to keep them. This is especially important in our competitive landscape because people are coming after your best employees, and your employees have more choices where to go.
How can you make sure you’re not losing your best employees faster than you’re able to attract new talent? If you don’t want to fight the war for talent on two fronts at once, you need both a good defense and a strong offense.
Now’s the time to make sure your culture is in great shape. Top Workplaces already do - they attract new talent and limit turnover with the strength of an intentional culture. Their employees are engaged, they want to stay put, and they even refer their friends as ideal additions to the company. In fact, some report turnover rates as low as 14 percent.
Join Lisa Sordilla, Energage Vice President of Human Resources, for Finders, Keepers: How to Attract and Retain Today’s Top Talent. She’ll present Energage research findings, share best practices and offer takeaways to help you get intentional about culture.
Understand the key drivers of culture and performance
Learn what drives employee engagement
Know how to retain your best talent – and attract more of the same
Explore opportunities, barriers and best practices
A healthy economy is a good thing. But it also presents challenges when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. First, everyone is pulling from the same, limited talent pool. And then there’s the issue of turnover, because now more than ever, employees are being tempted to pursue better opportunities.
In the past, a smart business strategy separated the winners from the losers. But not anymore. Today, the best culture wins. Top Workplaces leaders recognize this, and they leverage it as a competitive advantage. How do they do it? More and more, they’re relying on a new technology to create an environment that gets results.