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How to Manage Employee Turnover

How to Manage Employee Turnover

HR sits smack dab in the middle of the most competitive talent battleground in history. We spend so much money finding, hiring, and onboarding employees, then getting them to productivity, only to lose them far too soon. Turnover is costing organizations time, money, and market position, but the good news is that you can do something about it.

In this webinar you’ll learn the real organizational cost of turnover, its leading drivers, and most importantly, you’ll learn the breakthrough techniques today's leading organizations leverage to engage and retain top talent.

Join Mykkah Herner and Rusty Lindquist to learn how you can radically and immediately impact your organization, even on a tight budget.

  • Quantifying turnover
  • Common myths about turnover
  • The impact of turnover
  • The employee retention spectrum
  • Setting up your comp plan for success
About the speakers
Mykkah Herner

CCP, Payscale

Mykkah Herner, M.A., CCP, is Head of Professional Services at PayScale and has over ten years of HR experience. His team has helped numerous organizations including GoDaddy, Overstock.com, Goodwill Industries, and Perry Ellis to develop compensation philosophies and implement strategies. Mykkah specializes in linking performance with compensation, change management, process improvement, and developing HR policies and procedures.

Rusty Lindquist

VP of Thought Leadership at BambooHR

Rusty is the Vice President of Strategic HR Insights at BambooHR, where he studies the intersection of organizational behavior, business, and HR strategy. Before that, he spent 18 years as head of product in technology companies in the learning and development, and technology industries. Rusty is also a writer and public speaker, focused on human performance engineering.

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