Toledo, Ohio (October 17, 2013) – Karen Shulman, owner of loyalty and change management consulting firm, Hands-On Consulting, Inc., will be presenting a free Webinar titled It Takes Two to Tango When It Comes to Employee Loyalty on Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 1:30 PM.
Today’s human capital hot buttons include employee retention, employee engagement, increasing employee job satisfaction, and elevating employee commitment. Together, all of these factors determine employee LOYALTY.
“Research shows that employee disloyalty at this level negatively impacts business performance by as much as 25 to 30 percent,” says Hands-On Consulting, Inc. owner Karen Shulman. “If your organization is not finding ways to alter your policies, processes, procedures, jobs, and company culture to address retention, engagement, job satisfaction, and commitment, you probably have an employee LOYALTY issue. Truth be told, you may not even know that you have a LOYALTY issue,” she continued.
Attendees of the Webinar will learn:
* What loyalty is
* Why some people have loyalty and others do not
* How quickly loyalty can be lost
* What factors indicate that loyalty is waning
* How to regain loyalty
* How to keep loyalty
Join Karen for a free, 30-minute Webinar Wednesday, November 6, 2013 at 1:30 PM to learn more about why improving your steps in the LOYALTY dance is critical for the health of your organization.
Space is limited. Visit https://employeeloyalty.eventbrite.com to register.
For more information on Karen’s workshop and presentation topics visit: http://karenshulman.com/presentation/presentations.
About Hands-On Consulting, Inc.
Hands-On Consulting, Inc. is a loyalty and change management consulting firm located in Sylvania, OH. Hands-On Consulting, Inc. is focused on achieving sustainable improvements in employee retention, performance and interpersonal communication. Owner, Karen Shulman, has more than 30 years of experience working in and with corporate human resource and finance functions. She is also a Certified Dream Manager helping individuals and teams understand and work toward achieving their dreams. Consulting clients include: AAA of Northwest Ohio, The Ability Center of Greater Toledo, The Employers’ Association, Gallon, Takacs, Boissoneault and Schaffer, Knight Insurance Group, Owens Community College, Pilkington North America/NSG Group, Silgan Can, Tiffin University and WSOS Community Action. For more information, visit www.karenshulman.com or call 419.349.2653.