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Workplace Stability: Improving Retention & Productivity for Greater Profitability
Are you partnering with employers in your community to help employees gain stability? Instability is another form of diversity in the workplace. Low-wage workers can experience personal instability that leads to absenteeism, health problems and violations of work expectations, all of which decrease morale, attention to work, job performance and employee retention. Join this webinar to recognize the range of factors that create instability for employees that impact business success. Phil DeVol and Ruth Weirich, our partner presenters from aha! Process, will also discuss effective techniques and tactics for increasing stability in the workplace. We will explore how employers and the community can partner together for success and sustainability. Learn how to engage low-wage employees, their families, and volunteers as problem solvers working shoulder to shoulder to create communities where everyone can live well.
Sustainability & Transformation
Phil DeVol is an international consultant who has been working with aha! Process since 1997. He is the author Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-by-World and he also co-wrote Bridges Out of Poverty. His books are being used to engage people in poverty in the work of building communities where everyone can live well.
Ruth Weirich has provided insight into overall corporate strategies of companies for 30 years. She is the author of Workplace Stability: Creating Conditions That Lead to Retention, Productivity, and Engagement in Entry-Level Workers. Ruth has held responsibilities ranging from communicating with and leading all stakeholders to preparing operating budgets to overseeing strategic plans.
Recognize the range of factors that create instability for employees that impact business success
How employers and the community can partner together for success and sustainability
How to engage low-wage employees, their families, and volunteers as problem solvers working shoulder to shoulder