HR.com, 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:
- Why traditional Job On-Boarding programs do not address turnover
- Key design elements of a successful Job On-Boarding Programs
- How motivation, reinforcement and performance measures play a role in program design
- 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 HR.com or directly using this link: Compensation Best Practices and Trends