Employment Karma

Event Date: 
15 February 2018
Governance Institute of Australia
Ground Floor, 8 Victoria Avenue

The single most important resource any company has is its people. The theory of Employment Karma demonstrates how sometimes the smallest things can have the biggest eventual impacts when it comes to recruiting and retaining the best talent.

Have you ever recruited for a role, but come away with the feeling that perhaps you missed out on the best possible candidate for it?

Have you ever lost a great employee and wondered “what if” when it came to their reasons for resigning?

Have you ever wondered why you keep losing your best employees and yet the lower performing ones never seem to go?

Nothing ever happens in an employee’s time with an organisation by chance. Learn how to become an ‘Employer of Choice’ in your sector, thus securing and retaining the best potential employees and, even more importantly, increasing your corporate productivity as a result.

Other areas the presentation will cover include:
- the productivity cost of recruitment and how to enhance it
- attaining the right balance of employee churn
- how to measure your ‘Employee Asset Value’

Presenter: James Fairbairn, Partner, Lester Blades
James is a Partner with Lester Blades Executive Search. Over the last 23 years, he has advised and acted on behalf of a broad portfolio of organisations ranging from ASX200 corporations and Government Trading Entities through to privately owned family businesses and not-for profits. His work is predominantly in the appointment of senior executive and non-executive corporate professionals. James is also the author of the book, ‘Career Karma – Maximising your career potential’, the insider’s handbook that shows you how you can improve your odds of success in the competitive employment field and thus realise your full career potential.

Governance Institute of Australia
08 9321 8777
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