Stop the Revolving Door: Identifying and Taking Action on Turnover Risks



Employee mobility is increasing—according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average employee only stays at an organization for four years, and early career workers stay less than two years. Unemployment is low, and there are fewer quality workers available to hire. These conditions present organizations with a significant challenge for engaging and retaining talented employees. It is difficult to sustain business continuity, customer satisfaction, and financial success with high employee turnover.

Research on employee turnover indicates that people typically provide warning signals before they resign. Being able to better recognize the signs of potential turnover and better understand the work experiences that can trigger attrition will give managers the tools to act on the visible symptoms of employee disengagement.
In this webinar, B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. will explain how to identify the signs of potential turnover and offer tips on how to prevent your top talent from walking out the door. You will be empowered with early intervention tools to address employee dissatisfaction and avoid turnover altogether.

During this webinar, attendees will learn

  • Why the current economic climate increases the challenges of employee retention
  • What factors contribute to heighten the risk of employee attrition
  • How to recognize early warning signals
  • What to do if an employee is at risk of turnover
  • How to get your organization’s leaders to be more effective retention managers


B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D.B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D.

Chief executive officer, Integral Talent Systems

Dr. Ware is an industrial and organizational psychologist and has practiced for more than 25 years in the talent management field. To date, her company Integral Talent Systems has trained more than 10,000 managers with proven methods of how to retain the top talent on their teams. Dr. Ware has been a consultant in employee retention solutions to more than 180 of the Fortune 1000 companies. She is frequently quoted on trends in talent management in the Associated Press and publications such as Computer World magazine, Harvard Business Review, and the San Francisco Chronicle, and has been featured several times on CNN as a national talent management expert.

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