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Developing a Job Rotation Program

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Developing a Job Rotation Program

$199.00

As the economy continues to improve over the next several years, organizations have now both created new business plans and charted strategies for growth. In order to realize the potential value from these plans, leaders must be in place that have the ability to rally the troops and flawlessly execute. This webinar will cover how to use job rotation and assignments as informal learning methods to create critical leadership skills amongst those your organization depends on to generate business results.

May 18 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT

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Does work in your organization get delayed because the bench is empty?

Join us to learn how to build a job rotation program that creates bench-strength, helps you recruit early career workers and increases employee tenure. Job rotation programs have been used as a common leadership development method in large organizations. Now they are being used for other key positions within companies as well so that you can have ready talent pools internally available when the need arises.

Business disruptions can occur when companies do not have the right employees available at the right time. Employees resign or are taken away from key positions for other reasons such as business growth or leaves. Make sure that your organization can sustain current service levels and business continuity by developing job rotation programs that will produce employees who are competent and instantly available to work in critical positions within your company. Find out how to utilize job rotation programs as a method of implementing new business models within your company.

In this webinar we will cover:
• The business case for job rotation
• A foolproof 12 step process for developing a job rotation program
• How to use job rotation programs as an employee engagement tool
• Why job rotation programs are a great way to recruit early career employees
• Your Questions

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