One-third of new employees quit after about six months. In the 2021 Bureau of Labor Statistics report, the overall turnover rate is 57.3%. The most common reason for leaving an employer? Poor management practices. The second-most cited reason? Lack of career development opportunities, and third was a bad culture fit.
In fact, one survey found that 94% would stay at their current employer if they invested in their long-term learning and coaching!
The secret to a company’s success lies in the people you hire, and no company can afford to make a bad hire, let alone turn a good hire into a bad one who then leaves due to the lack of the right training and support from management.
But how do you find the most qualified candidate to make the right hiring decision, develop the most effective onboarding process and ensure managers have the skills for ongoing coaching, training, and development when working with a remote team?
Join me for the recording of this interactive event, where we will discuss the best practices to:
• Make the right hire, every time.
• Identify red flags during the hiring process and the first 30 days on the job.
• Successfully onboard and transition your new hire into the organization.
• Reduce turnover and Retain good talent.
• Promote internally.