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Induction Training and reducing staff turnover

 
#1 Induction Training and reducing staff turnover
22/07/2004 18:02

Webb Associates

During the last round of manic recruitment (mid to late 90's), we were engaged to reduce the fall-out of new consultants in a very large consultancy services organisation (5&25). Having spent around £25k to recruit each new person, an unacceptable high number were lost within 3 months of engagement. This was stopped through an integrated approach to induction - a 'spin-off' was higher efficiency rates and project effectiveness.

I wonder how many new recruits are suffering from organisational neglect in the first few months of employment out there now?

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#2 Re: Induction Training and reducing staff turnover
23/07/2004 12:23

Nev

In a previous life a number of consultants I worked with were very miffed, to say the least, at how they were treated - especially in the first few months. I've never seen smart 'go-getters' turn so bolshie, so quickly!? It was a sink-or-swim culture but nobody told you whether or not you were swimming. The irony was - we were a change management consultancy!

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