There are lots of strategies that HR can support to prevent high turnover. In our readings for this course we have learned the value of a collaborative relationship between departmental managers and HR in retention of employees.
We have learned that employees want to feel valued and valuable. We have also learned that salary and benefits can only go so far. Each manager needs to have a personal relationship with the employees. Each employee needs to have an avenue for providing input on their work, and receive quantitative and qualitative feedback on a regular basis.
We have learned that training and continuing education can make a difference to retaining employees. A timely solid orientation program is a must for the new hire to get them on the right track early. The highly motivated employee will seek out additional learning opportunities and HR must provide for them.
Please discuss other retention strategies that HR can support.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 2:28 am ad1c9bdddf
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HR: Florida Company Fastens Its Sights on Global Growth
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Read Case Study 2: Florida Company Fastens Its Sights on Global Growth
1.1 Evaluate three elements that impact Professional Products' growth strategy as they relate to the recruitment, hiring, and retention of employees. Cite relevant supporting examples from your course materials and this case study to develop your evaluation efforts (Course Outcome 2).
1. Assess the organization's strategies for employee selection in the hiring process and subsequent retention efforts.
2. Evaluate the three elements of the professional studies criteria.
3. Decide what strategies; if employed; would keep the organization from downsizing.
4. Evaluate the role that HR plays when maintaining healthy relationships between the organization and its employees while facing changes (e.g. possible outsourcing of production of materials) in the marketplace.
1.2 Explain what other HR strategies, in addition to training employees for other jobs, the firm might employ to maintain its relationship with its domestic employees. Cite relevant supporting examples from your course materials and this case study to develop your explanation (Course Outcome 4).
1. Describe cross-training and its impact on keeping employees at Professional Products viable and employed.
2. Interpret each step of the training process and its relevance to the need for highly specialized employees.
3. Identify what new HR strategies Professional Products might employ to ensure a productive work force if they are forced to outsource work. (Remember the company is committed to not losing any jobs in the event of outsourcing.)
4. Summarize domestic and global markets as they relate to the possibility that Professional Products may have to outsource some of its work to Mexico or Honduras.