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Employee Ownership in Career Development – The Role of the Organization

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The following comments were recently overheard inside some large organizations: “How can you hold managers accountable for daily production goals if we need to take time out to talk to employees about their careers?” - VP for Production at large energy company speaking to the Division President about plans for talent review meetings with employees [...]

Introduction to Job Rotation

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Introduction to Job Rotation:  The Benefits of Job Rotation By B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. With the economy on the upswing, companies need to find methods to engage and retain workers in order to prevent turnover. Historically, employees tend to find roles in other corporations more easily during a boom economy. This can happen either from [...]

Tips for Making Your Employment Brand Millennial Friendly

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By 2020 Millennials will make up to 50% of the US labor force, and up to 75% by 2025. The surge of Millennials in the workplace has a major impact on how companies attract employees. Recruiting early career workers is a completely different process than it has been in the past. Technological advancements and an [...]

ITS Tackles Teacher Turnover


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Retaining Key Teachers in a Climate of Growth ITS consultants Dr. B. Lynn Ware and Steve Knight met with the steering committee members of Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) to embark on a 5-year study aimed at retaining key teachers as district enrollment grows. ITS will implement the Employee Commitment Survey and the OutTakes Exit [...]

ITS Brings Retaining Talent 
Certification Program to Canada

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ITS Brings Retaining Talent Consultant Certification Program to Radical Entertainment Company in Vancouver, BC. The one-day session was limited to a maximum of 6 participants, who were certified as internal Talent Retention Consultants, able to work one-on-one with their managers to reduce their attrition risks. Participants completed the session qualified to lead a hands-on skill building [...]

ABECU Partners with ITS to Launch Career Development Program with American Eagle

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A focus on coaching and mentoring As announced in The Missouri Difference, Anheuser-Busch Employees’ Credit Union (St. Louis) and its division American Eagle Credit Union (St. Louis) have launched their Career Development Program to provide employees the opportunity to work one-on-one with experienced individuals. The partnership helps employees focus on developing and growing within their field. ABECU [...]

ITS Partners with Satellite Healthcare for Employment Branding

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Recently, ITS partnered with Halleck to deliver a dynamic employment branding workshop at Satellite Healthcare in Santana Row, San Jose, CA. Satellite Healthcare is outstanding in their ability to help dialysis patients lead better lives. As an ITS client, they are also an organization that is in the top 10% in employee engagement. Therefore, the [...]

Oracle Seizes the Future with Retention Training

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High-tech employees increasingly stay with a company only a year or two before moving on to greener pastures. It's a trend that has cost the high-tech industry a lot in terms of training time, lost opportunity, and actual dollars—generally 1.5 to 3 times the employee's annual salary depending upon the position. Not surprisingly, enterprise software [...]

Research Supporting the Benefits of Succession Planning

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Research Supporting the Benefits of Succession Planning By: Kelista Burns What is Succession Planning? Succession planning is the process of identifying positions that will be available due to retirement or natural turnover, and selecting qualified internal employees who will be considered to fill those positions. That is, succession planning is a process that identifies and [...]

Employee Alignment – A New Proven Employee Engagement Driver

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By B. Lynn Ware, Ph.D. Much has been written about the positive organizational outcomes derived from increased employee engagement, such as profitability, efficiency and innovation. In an attempt to “control” employee engagement, most of the focus has been on organizations trying to manipulate extrinsic variables to drive increased engagement, such as the behavior of managers, [...]