Keeping Good People
Strategies for Solving the Dilemma of the Decade
Hardcover book by Roger E. Herman
Over 290 pages
Copyright © 1990 by Roger E. Herman
" Finding good people to work for our companies is tough; keeping them is even tougher. The trends for the 1990s indicate that while the need for qualified, dedicated employees is increasing, the number of people entering the workforce is decreasing. And in too many cases the quality of these potential employees isn't up to the standards required for today's fast-moving, high-tech, competitive world.
Now, more than ever before, it's imperative that employers keep good people. With expanding opportunities and high mobility, it's easy and common for highly productive people to change employers.
How do we keep good people on our team?
In Keeping Good People, Roger E. Herman provides more than 125 proven strategies for both keeping good people and keeping them productive, including:
- Environmental strategies
- Relationship strategies
- Task-focused strategies
- Compensation strategies
- Growth strategies
If you have people worth keeping, Keeping Good People is worth reading. "
Summary of Contents includes:
Chapter 1: Good People and Their Value in Organizations
Chapter 2: The Predicament
Chapter 3: The Competitive Environment
Chapter 4: What Good People Want
Chapter 5: Strategic Responses
Chapter 6: Environmental Strategies
Chapter 7: Relationship Strategies
Chapter 8: Task-Focused Strategies
Chapter 9: Compensation Strategies
Chapter 10: People Growing Strategies
Chapter 11: Tactics for Implementing Strategies
Chapter 12: Combining Strategic Approaches for Optimum Results
Chapter 13: Focus on Each Individual's Needs
Chapter 14: A Perspective on the Future
Both the book and dust jacket are in very good condition with only minor wear.
No torn or ripped pages.
No markings or writing.