Five Proven Practices to Recruit & Retain Top Talent in Not-for-Profit Organizations


Five Proven Practices to Recruit & Retain Top Talent in Not-for-Profit Organizations

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Think about a social issue or cause that matters to you. I mean really matters to you! Now, think about what organizations out there address that very issue or provide services for those impacted by your concerns. Is it your local church, a no-kill animal shelter, an agency that supports the homeless, an organization fighting cancer or AIDS, or maybe just the professional or trade association that supports your own industry?

Imagine if you were the Executive Director or other senior executive of this wonderful Mission-driven organization. What would you do to recruit top talent to join your organization? How would you keep them engaged and committed to your work when they do? Leaders in the not-for-profit arena often struggle with talent management and employee engagement more than others because they don’t have the same financial means and abilities around compensation as for-profit corporations. If we don’t help these leaders recruit and retain their Superstars though, then how are we going to address those critical issues that matter most to us?

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Dr. Jeremy Lurey Leads Webinar on Best Practices for Recruiting & Retaining Warehouse Talent

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International Association for Refrigerated Warehouses
Best Practices for Recruiting and Retaining Your Warehouse Talent

 

  • DateTuesday, August 29, 2017
  • Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm EDT
  • Location: Online webinar
  • Registration: Click here to register and receive more information.

Recruiting and retaining a quality workforce is a challenge for warehouses across the world. In a specialized and often difficult environment, refrigerated warehousing jobs can be stressful and demanding for even the most dedicated employees. So how do we attract new employees to join our companies under these difficult conditions? Maybe more importantly, how do we retain them once they are on board? Join CHIEFEXECcoach CEO Dr. Jeremy Lurey on August 29th when he will help distribution and warehouse leaders better understand the employee life-cycle and what they can do to enhance this employee experience. He will also review several best practices for attracting new employees to join our companies and then developing and retaining them once they are on board. Click here to register and receive more information about this engaging and interactive webinar program.

How Much is Developing Your Employees Worth?

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I remember years ago when the cost of employee turnover was calculated to be 150% of an employee’s annual salary. That amount included any internal recruitment costs, external search fees, and hiring and on-boarding expenses as well as the simple loss in productivity associated with losing and then replacing a talented worker. While that may have been more accurate for higher-level leaders and professional staff, recent research still suggests that the average cost of replacing an employee who earns less than $50,000 per year, or more than 40% of Workforce America, amounts to 20% of the person’s annual salary.

So is it worth up to $10,000 per year for you to develop and retain your most talented workers? What about $300,000 – or more – for your most seasoned senior executives? 

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CHIEFEXECcoach CEO Leads Workshop on Best Practices for Recruiting & Retaining Warehouse Talent

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Recruiting and retaining a quality workforce is a challenge for warehouses across the world. In a specialized and often difficult environment, refrigerated warehousing jobs can be stressful and demanding for even the most dedicated employees. So how do we attract new employees to join our companies under these difficult conditions? Maybe more importantly, how do we retain them once they are on board? Join CHIEFEXECcoach’s Founder & CEO Dr. Jeremy Lurey on June 14th at the Global Cold Chain Expo when he reviews several best practices for recruiting and retaining your warehouse talent. In its 2nd year now, the Global Cold Chain Expo is a one-stop-shop for innovation, education, and business-to-business networking for the global food industry cold chain – bringing together thousands of producers, consumers, and supply chain experts all under one roof. Visit http://www.globalcoldchainexpo.org/ or contact us for more information about this engaging and interactive education session.