Leveraging Turnover and Exit Data to Increase Retention
From the 2011 Human Capital Metrics Conference
10 February, 2012 | (01 hr)
After analyzing 19,700 third-party post-exit interviews, Leigh Branham wrote his ground breaking book: The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave: How to Recognize the Subtle Signs and Act Before It’s Too Late (AMACOM, 2005). The speaker will report on his analysis of new data based on responses to his Decision-to-Leave study (2004-2011). These latest findings on the process and dynamics of employee turnover lead to his description of how business intelligence can be applied to managing retention.
Audience: Human Resources leaders with HR metrics, analytics and performance management responsibilities; talent management professionals, or anyone responsible for talent acquisition, employee engagement, succession planning or employee and leadership development
Leigh Branham is Founder and Managing Principal of Keeping the People, Inc., Overland Park, Kansas, a consulting firm he founded in 2003 to help organizations analyze the root causes of employee disengagement and turnover and develop and implement... Full Bio
Meg Gottemoeller is responsible for bringing the entire range of expertise, research, and programs available from The Conference Board to serve the needs of its members. She oversees more than 40 major conferences and other meetings, 28 councils, ... Full Bio