Tue, Mar 22|
Recruit and Retain Quality Employees
Learn how to move from "The Great Resignation" to "The Great Retention", how it impacts your organization, and strategies to better recruit and retain your workforce.
Time & Location
Mar 22, 2022, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM MDT
Mainspace, 13 1/2 E Divide St, Bowman, ND 58623, USA
About the Event
2021 was defined by ‘The Great Resignation’ and it is predicted to continue as 55% of American workers anticipate looking for a new role in the next twelve months (CNBC). During this interactive session, learn how to move from ‘The Great Resignation’ to The Great Retention, how it impacts your organization and strategies to better recruit and retain your workforce.
- Unpack "The Great Resignation";
- Analyze the cost and impact of turnover and why retention is key;
- Explore the opportunity that "The Great Resignation" has created to reconnect with employees;
- Creative ways to subsidize your workforce shortage; and
- Learn strategies to move organizations from workforce shortages to recruiting and retaining the employees that they need.
Dr. Troy Bichler is an Assistant Professor in the Gary Tharaldson School of Business at the University of Mary since 2018. The primary teaching focus for Troy is in the graduate business programs (Master of Business Administration and Master of Organizational Leadership).
Prior to teaching full time at the University of Mary, Troy spent over twenty-two years at an information technology company called National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC); mainly focusing on management and human resources duties. Troy is also a graduate of the University of Mary where he earned his doctorate in educational leadership. Troy has lived in North Dakota his entire life; living in Linton and now residing in Bismarck.
2022 Business Success Classes are brought to you by Bowman County Development Corporation in conjunction with the University of Mary, ND Small Business Development Centers and funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Recruit and Retain