Virtual Conference: Job On-Boarding: Retention Strategies at Work, an internationally known organization contacted me a few months ago about speaking at one of the virtual conferences about compensation. While the topic does not scream compensation, effective job on-boarding incorporates motivation, reinforcement and performance theories. The second reason is because I hope to launch my second eBook in the next few months: The Secrets to Successful Job On-Boarding.

Compensation professionals design programs to attract, retain and develop people. Job on-boarding is exactly about retaining and developing new employees to reduce turnover. My presentation shares how companies can ramp up their job on-boarding strategies and continue to add value to the business’s profitability.

Conference: Compensation Best Practices and Trends

Date: September 11, 2012

Time: 12:30 pm-1:30 pm

Who Should Participate? Human Resources or anyone wanting to address turnover in their organization

What You Will Learn:

  1. Why traditional Job On-Boarding programs do not address turnover
  2. Key design elements of a successful Job On-Boarding Programs
  3. How motivation, reinforcement and performance measures play a role in program design
  4. Why it is important to discuss generational needs

To view more information about the conference, go to: Job On-Boarding: Retention Strategies at Work.

Cost: Free with registration

Register: At or directly using this link: Compensation Best Practices and Trends

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Author: Lynn Dessert

Lynn Dessert is a certified ICF and NLP Coach specializing in Executive Career coaching in Charlotte NC. She works with individuals to accelerate their career advancement and organizations to fast track leadership skill development. Her career eBooks What To Do After Being Fired and The Secrets to Successful Job On-Boarding give you a roadmap to DIY. Start your discovery process by contacting her at 704.412.2852 today.

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