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Initiatives for Women Boost Retention

November 1, 1998
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Ernst & Young has not only altered how work is assigned, performed and evaluated, but provided better support for its personnel—men and women—to balance work and personal issues.
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The New Loyalty Grasp It. Earn It. Keep it

November 1, 1998
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The old brand of employee loyalty is dead. In its place is a commitment that demands more give-and-take from employers. Here's what's driving it.
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Seven Retention Steps

October 1, 1998
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The steps to retaining key employees today have evolved because knowledgable workers have become such a valuable resource. Organizations who succeed in keeping these respected employees will ultimately flourish.
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Why Employees Stay -- or GO

October 1, 1998
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Learn how to recognize the satisfiers and dissatisfiers that reveal whether you'll keep or lose your most valuable human assets.
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Four-step Strategy for Retaining Employees

October 1, 1998
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An effective way to manage turnover is to use a process that ensures consistency and keeps good information in front of leaders. One way to do this is using a four-step process: Assess, measure, evaluate, and plan (AMEP).
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TEDP Timeline

August 1, 1998
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By using a mentor-team approach to employee development, Fuller Co. has reduced its turnover of high-potential managers. Below is the sequence of events for participants of the Targeted Employee Development Program.
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Employee Turnover is Expensive

July 1, 1998
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Forty-five percent of 206 medium to large U.S. companies report that turnover costs them more than $10,000 per employee.
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Create an E-mail Retention and Purge Policy

July 1, 1998
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Companies must learn to monitor e-mail in a manner that will minimize the potential for liability. One safeguard is to implement a specific document-retention policy.
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Job-hunting Professionals Are Looking for Respect

June 1, 1998
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It's a job-searcher's market, and professional-level employees are more than happy to leave the companies they feel "done them wrong." Here's why they're leaving, what they're looking for and how to keep the ones you've got.
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