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Best Practices: Employee Retention and Engagement (Print + ProView online)
By: David E. Tyson, B.A., B.A.S., CHRL
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Best Practices: Employee Retention and Engagement details the strategies and tactics you need to develop in order to find and keep the talent that will lead your company into the future. This unique resource outlines what other leading Canadian companies are doing to keep their best employees and gives you the tools, tips and techniques that will help you make a difference right away. Table of Contents The Challenge of Keeping Good Employees• Diagnosing Turnover and Finding Solutions• Establishing and Maintaining Employee Commitment • Human Resource Management, Retention, and the Bottom Line • Recruiting and Selecting for Retention • Employee Retention Through Training, Socialization and Development • Performance Appraisal and Performance Management for Retention • Increasing Retention Through Compensation, Benefits and Reward Programs • Organizational Culture and Retention • Organizational Change and Retention • Retaining Special Populations • Keeping Good People: Some Final Words • Detailed Case Studies• Exhibits and Resources • Keeping Key Employees during a Merger or Acquisition • Stress Management • Employee Commitment Case Study • Retention in the Modern Workplace - A Balancing Act • A Vision for Retention • Employee Engagement • Employee Onboarding • Employee Affinity Groups • Workplace Accommodation • Tools tention. Thomson Reuters ProView™ The eBook version of this publication is available through your web browser, or can be downloaded to your desktop or laptop (Windows and Mac), iPad, or Android tablet. Visit to learn more and to see the complete collection of ProView
About the Author
David E. Tyson, B.A., B.A.S., CHRL, is President of Tyson & Associates Limited, a Toronto-based compensation firm specializing in compensation and related human resource services. He is the author of the books, Canadian Compensation Handbook, Best Practices: Communications Issues in Human Resources Management, Best Practices: Employee Retention and HR Manager's Guide to Profit Sharing in Canada. He is widely recognized as an expert in total rewards and human resource management having spoken at the Annual Conference of the Human Resources Professionals Association, the GTA Rewards Association Canadian Conference in 2012, and various chapters of HRPA. He has been featured in the Globe and Mail ROB as an expert on profit sharing and has written articles for a number of national publications including the Financial Post and CA Magazine.
He served as editor of the Compensation and Benefits Update, and Carswell's Compensation Guide and contributed a quarterly column on Total Rewards to CLV reports for five years.
Mr. Tyson is a graduate of York University with degrees in Political Science and Administrative Studies and obtained the Certified Human Resources Professional designation (CHRP) in 1989. In July 1983 Mr. Tyson formed the independent consulting firm of Tyson & Associates Limited. Prior to starting his consulting career with Price Waterhouse Associates he held a variety of human resource management positions with Rio Algom Limited, S.C. Johnson and Son (Johnson Wax), American Express and Inglis Limited.