Workforce Wake-Up Call: It's Time to Operationalize Turnover

21 March, 2024 — 2:00 - 3:00 PM (U.S. Central Time)

Workforce Wake-Up Call: It's Time to Operationalize Turnover

In this session, Magnet Culture Retention Specialist Alayna Thomas will explore strategies for operationalizing turnover so your organization can become a well-oiled machine that maximizes the time you have with each new employee to meet your company's goals and customer expectations.

Field of Study: General

CPE Credit: 1.2 General

Overview

As pensions have disappeared, the long-term employee commitment has shifted to a shorter-term stay. While organizations can reduce employee turnover, they cannot eliminate it, which means staffing challenges caused by employee turnover are here to stay. Due to this new reality, it's time for leaders to rethink staffing stability and set realistic goals, budgets, and business models around the unavoidable turnover.


Alayna will explore strategies for operationalizing turnover so your organization can become a well-oiled machine that maximizes the time you have with each new employee to meet your company's goals and customer expectations. 


Learning Objectives:

• Explore the latest workforce developments as we unveil our "State of the Workforce" address

• Increase operational efficiency by planning and implementing strategies to reduce and embrace turnover

• Determine ways to keep people longer, enhance productivity, and improve profitability


Field of Study: General

CPE Credit: 1.2 General

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Schedule

Thursday, March 21
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Session


Speakers

Alayna Thomas Retention Strategist, Magnet Culture

About the Speaker

As a Retention Strategist at Magnet Culture, Alayna Thomas, MS, PHR, has her finger on the pulse of today’s modern workforce. She is a wise-beyond-her-years “Zillennial” (GenZ/Millennial cusper) herself who encourages organizations to break free from the status quo, take decisive action, and embrace the transformative power of new, innovative retention strategies to keep staff longer.

 Highly credentialed, Alayna is a former HR Director with a Master's in Management. She is now an HR consultant, speaker, and trainer, also teaching as an Adjunct Professor of HR at the University of Texas - Dallas. Alayna boasts a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Designation from HRCI.

 As a representative of the new workforce herself, Alayna is dedicated to staying at the forefront of industry trends, ensuring she provides the most effective turnover solutions for her audiences.