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How to Build a Powerful Retention Strategy

Tuesday, November 16, 2020

3:00 PM EST

 

 

Attracting top talent is a constant challenge for most businesses. But maintaining their engagement, committing to a strategy of professional development and ultimately securing that talent for the long term are higher hurdles to overcome altogether.

 

Coaching organization The Great Game of Business finds that, generally, an employee retention rate of 90% or higher is ideal for most organizations. Despite how difficult this goal may be, the cost of replacing an employee is greater than the cost of retaining them.

Managing employee retention is vital to the successful development of your workforce and the sustained prosperity of your business. By addressing retention head-on, you can protect your investment and foster an organization where your employees are just as excited by and committed to its success as you are.

 

In this webinar, we're joined by Tiffany Gamblin, Paycom’s HR manager, to discuss:

  • different kinds of turnover and common causes for employee resignation
  • developing a wide-net approach to employee retention with both broad and targeted methods
  • implementation of a retention strategy and measuring its success

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Tiffany Gamblin
Tiffany Gamblin
HR Manager
Paycom
 
 
 

Tiffany Gamblin is an HR Manager at Paycom. She has been a trusted and strategic HR partner for over 10 years, with a demonstrated record of success as an individual contributor and people leader in benefits administration, employee relations, compliance training, and leadership development.

Jasmine Sievert
Jasmine Sievert
Workforce Marketing Partner
Paycom

As a workforce marketing partner at Paycom, Jasmine Sievert creates content covering a wide array of topics related to the HR and human capital management industries. A former journalist and public relations professional, she has crafted a variety of materials for businesses and nonprofits. Sievert earned a bachelor’s degree in Multimedia Journalism from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma.

 

 

 

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