Research shows that it costs an employer an average of about $4,000 to identify and select an employee for a position. That does not even touch upon opportunity costs (e.g., ramp-up period to generate revenue or productivity). With that initial investment, it is just good business sense to ensure your employees are engaged and they stay. The concept of employee engagement equates to retention. We will explore the business case for why businesses of all sizes need to focus on employee engagement, managing for performance, talent mapping, employee development and more.
Jason Jocson, MA, PHR, He has supported the growth of companies from start-ups, SMBs, and large global companies through HR programs. I started my career in Silicon Valley and have been in HR for the past 12 years. I moved to Greater Seattle area in 2014.
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