Are you struggling to retain entry-level staff early in their career at your organization? If you are, you’re not alone. Nationally, more than one-quarter of all turnover is attributed to staff with less than one year of tenure. This early turnover is disruptive and costly. To build entry-level career pathways, you need to recruit the right candidates in the first place—and then hold onto them .Kate Vonderhaar of Advisory Board held an informative webinar for LSA members on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, from 3:00-4:00 PM EDT, on recruiting entry-level staff from diverse sources, and retaining them by providing growth and engagement opportunities. Participants learned how to:
• Source candidates with a broader range of backgrounds
• Reduce turnover by reconnecting staff to the outcomes of their daily work
• Embed opportunities for growth in entry-level roles
Presenter: Kate Vonderhaar, practice manager with the HR Advancement Center, The Advisory Board
To listen to the Advisory Board webinar, click here:
To read the Advisory Board’s full report on recruiting and retaining entry-level staff, click here:
For questions, please contact Kim Roque at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.499.5824.