February 14, 2009

Solution-focused Employee Retention

At the end of 2005, Paolo Terni was approached by a leading tractor manufacturer. They wanted help in solving a problem: the very high turnover rate of their youngest and brightest. Of the 15 young college graduates with management potential they hired in the previous 12 months, 8 had left the company, snatched up by other businesses and corporations. How could they stop bleeding talent? A solution-focused approach was followed. The program they developed helped to reduce the personnel turnover rate from 50% to 10%. How they did that? Read on.

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