Success leaves clues

The characteristics of successful employee retention planning systems
By Tony Guerra
||Last Updated: 08/12/2003


etting up a formal employee retention plan is attractive for companies who have spent years grappling with turnover-related problems, and it can go a long way in improving morale and productivity in the workplace.

Actually implementing the plan, though, is where the fun really starts. The first question facing HR is how is it going to set up the employee retention plan? It’s a simple question, but it’s not the easiest one to answer.