Modernizing Employee Development

In the world of human resources, employee development is having its moment. Why? A part of it’s simply that the cost of losing talent is so high. On average, every lost employee costs about six to nine months of that employee’s salary to replace. And that doesn’t count the indirect costs of lost productivity.1

High employee turnover and employee dissatisfaction hurt the bottom line. As a result, many organizations are turning to employee development programs to keep their high performers engaged and happy longer.

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  • What employees really want
  • The employee lifecycle
  • Employee career planning
  • And various ways to facilitate employee development

1. Meister, Jeanne. “Job Hopping Is the ‘New Normal’ for Millennials: Three Ways to Prevent a Human Resource Nightmare.” Forbes. Last modified August 14, 2012.