Reward and Retention – What Can HR Do? June 2013 Meeting of JSAHR
In the next ten years it will become increasingly harder for organizations to satisfactorily staff to meet the demands of the market. Money will only go so far in attracting and retaining talented staff. But there are a number of other steps we can take to keep our best employees, and most of them don’t cost a cent.
Ron Katz, an HR consultant and adjunct instructor at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, will outline proven techniques to reward and retain valued staff, five low and no-cost practices that can stem turnover and reward top performers on Thursday, June 13, 2013, at the monthly meeting of The Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR), a Silver Excel award winner of SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management), 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., Jumping Brook Country Club, 210 Jumping Brook Road, Neptune, N.J.
The registration fee, including a full buffet breakfast, is $30.00 for JSAHR members; $40.00 for nonmembers; $25.00 for those in-transition, and $10.00 for full-time students. This program is pending HRCI credits. To register, call Kathi Evans, JSAHR administrator, at 732-270-5204 email email@example.com.
JSAHR is collecting items for residents of Moore, Oklahoma, in partnership with the North Carolina Coastal SHRM organization. Attendees are encouraged to bring nonperishable food; baby items, such as food and diapers; store gift cards, or monetary donations to this meeting.
About Ron Katz: Ron Katz consults with HR staff and line managers in a variety of industries. He is the author of Someone’s Gonna Get Hired, It Might As Well Be You! A frequent speaker at HR conferences, Katz helps people see the value in working with people instead of simply managing them.
Katz is an adjunct instructor at the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations for whom he has designed and delivered numerous programs for more than 15 years. Since starting his own consulting firm, he has consulted with some of the largest organizations in the world on human resource and management development issues. He volunteers his services near his home in Westchester County, N.Y., leading a job support group for people who are unemployed, starting out, or starting over.