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Rethinking Retention In Good Times and Bad: Breakthrough Ideas for Keeping Your Best Workers
BY Richard P. Finnegan
Publisher: Nicholas Brealey Publishing (October 16, 2009)
Worried about talent walking out the door? Finnegan offers fresh thinking for solving the turnover problem in any economy. (Patricia O'Connell, Management Editor, Business Week )
Dick Finnegan's new book, Rethinking Retention in Good Times and Bad is a timely publication. While retaining your best employees is always important for every business enterprise, today's difficult economy makes this book a must-read. Full of practical, useful advice, this book can put you to work today to improve retention of your most valued employees. It not only shows you where to look to identify retention problems in your organization, it guides you through the steps for developing the strategies and tactics tailored to meet your company's specific needs. This not a book just for HR professionals - anyone who manages people will benefit from the insights presented here. (John E. Sutton, Senior Vice President, Mercury Insurance Group )
Mary Steele, Director of Executive Compensation, Delta Airlines Dick Finnegan is a true expert on turnover. I have worked with Dick for over 20 years and turnover has been his passion. He understands what causes it, and, more importantly, what individual effective steps a company can take based on its culture to reduce it. With focus and commitment, his unique approach has helped many companies address their turnover problems, and have improved management skills at the same time. (Mary Steele, Director of Executive Compensation, Delta Airlines )
Dick Finnegan definitely has his finger on the pulse of what it takes to retain top talent. Even in today's declining economy, top performers can and will walk out the door if their job isn't meeting their career expectations. Dick is insightful in his assessment of why people leave and what it takes to retain them. The seven retention strategies he has developed have true merit and are right on the money. (Dennis P. Gilhooley Sr. CPIM, Associate Partner Public )
Sector Supply Chain, IBM Global Business Services
How do organizations keep the workers they want? Until now,
employee retention strategies have been based on instincts rather than research. With no firm body of knowledge to use as a guide, employee turnover has been a problem for all organizations. This book is the first to offer a top-to-bottom, organization-wide retention action plan. Many organizations lose employees and profits because they don't know which processes to put into place to cut employee turnover. They speak of building retention cultures but don't know who should do what and when. This hands-on tactical guide gives those answers, providing specific strategies and tactics backed by the author's own research and on-site experience. It is essential reading for all types of organizations-large or small, public or private, with high concentrations of low-skilled or high skilled workers, and across multiple industries. Also addressed is how to retain your high-performing workers in slow economic times. If you are losing workers you want to keep, this book will tell you how to put retention solutions in place across Read this book with a pen in your hand. Circle ideas you like, strike through those you don't, and make notes as to how you can apply these tactics in your company. Then pass it on to a colleague and ask her to do the same. Stir up your company's thinking on employee retention so progress happens, fast. -From the Introduction, Rethinking Retention