TLNT Webinar

Engage Me If You Can – Attracting and Retaining Top Talent

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If you want  to create the best business, then you need the best people. But you’re not the only one. Every company is seeking out the top talent, and you’re competing with all of them. Offering candidates a well-paying job is no longer enough to guarantee you’ll win the battle.

So how to tilt things in your favor? This webinar covers the power of a dynamic employee engagement strategy to help your business stand out and make other companies’ offers look less attractive by comparison. Not all companies are the same, but every one of them has a particular culture and mix that they can offer to their employees.  We’ll talk about the formula you need to follow to build an employee experience that is different and engages the employees who will thrive in your environment

During the webinar, we’ll cover the causes of disengagement and what you can do now to start making a difference. You’ll learn:

  • What formula works for you;
  • How to implement an O&H strategy;
  • The strength of courtesy.

Join our free webinar on Thursday, June 4 for expert insight and practical tips on creating an engaging employee experience that will help you win the battle for top talent.

Our speaker, Rodney Smoczyck, will share his experience of creating compelling employee experiences, some successful uses of the formula, and ways to avoid some of the common pitfalls that can lead to disengagement.

Who should attend?

If keeping talent engaged is imperative to the success of your company, this webinar will help you discover your own formula for engagement success. Join us on Thursday, June 4.

The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now.

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Presented by:

Rodney Smoczyck

Our speaker, Rodney Smoczyck, will share his experience of creating compelling employee experiences, some successful uses of the formula, and ways to avoid some of the common pitfalls that can lead to disengagement.