Finding & Keeping the Talent You Need
Stop your talent churn by learning how to attract, develop and retain high-quality employees.
Do you find yourself wondering what went wrong when employees you’ve spent valuable time developing quit unexpectedly? Management consultant Jim Bitterle offers practical tips to help you overcome outdated biases and structures to create “unquittable” organizations. In this hands-on guide, you’ll learn how to develop your company brand to attract, onboard and retain high-quality talent.
About the Author
Jim Bitterle is a managing partner at the consulting firm, EDSI (Educational Data Systems, Inc.).
In our Journal
2 months ago
In 2021, they quit en masse. Now, many employees want to return to their former companies. Here is what to consider when it comes to job boomeranging. First, HR departments struggled with endless departures of talented employees in the aftermath of the pandemic, then they found no replacements in dried-up job markets – and now […]
4 months ago
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1 year ago
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1 year ago
America’s Got Talent
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