Do companies benefit from having more women in leadership positions, and if so, why? The answer according to a host of recent studies is an unequivocal "yes."
As organizations are looking for ways to do more with less in today's economy, the pressure is greater than ever to provide cost-effective, flexible resources that meet the needs of today's learner. At the same time, it's never been more important to develop a skilled workforce capable of competing in today's market.
If your organization is aware of the tremendous cost associated with turnover, and you realize you are losing some of your best people, it is important to assess the symptoms and address methods for enhancing employee retention.
A major problem for employers today is attracting the best talent, and then retaining key employees. Research shows that the key ingredient for retention lies within the manager’s ability to understand what employees really want.