"The Retention Strategy and Execution Pulse Survey" conducted in November 2009 by the Institute for Corporate Productivity highlights that nonengaged or underappreciated workers are ready to leave their current positions en masse -- an inevitable trend as options for departure open up and in an environment where most companies lack effective ways of addressing employee retention during a time of recovery. Most high-level managers consider the retention and recruitment of the best employees to be an important part of their long-term business strategy. The survey also shows that of those organizations that have a retention plan in place, 44% say that they don't regularly review their retention strategies and programs.
Retention in the Upswing Eileen McKeown T + D; Mar 2010; 64, 3; Docstoc pg. 22 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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