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more than 370 power transmission/motion control distribution and manufacturing companies, representing over $16 billion in product sales.

PT WORK Force Webinar: Winning the Labor War: Finding and Keeping Good People in These Uncertain Times

December 10, 2020
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central

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About This Webinar


After interviewing highly acclaimed C-level leaders across all industries, Eric Chester has uncovered the practices and principles that Best Places to Work award-winning companies and great leaders are using to go beyond merely engaging today's rapidly changing workforce, but to ignite what he terms "On Fire Performance." You will discover the best practice ideas, tactics and strategies to consistently attract and retain top talent and encourage innovation and collaborative thinking. Tailored to the PT/MC industry, you will walk away with actionable ideas for building an invincible army of entrepreneurs who take pride and ownership in their work.
You will discover the secrets and proven strategies to:

  • Eliminate employee burn out which significantly reduces costly turnover
  • Remain relevant with the emerging workforce as young talent develops into future leaders
  • Become and "employer-of-choice" in your respective community
  • Inspire friendly and knowledgeable serivce to every customer in every interaction
  • Retain employees even when compensation is less that what is offered elsewhere
  • Determine "better fits" to ensure those team members that are hired are safe bets for long-term employment

Since 1998, Eric Chester has been the leading voice in attracting, managing, motivating and retaining the emerging workforce. He is the bestselling author of On Fire at Work: How Great Companies Ignite Passion in Their People without Burning Them Out (2015) and the Founder of The Center for Work Ethic Development.

This webinar is brought to you by PT WORK Force, an initiative of the PTDA Foundation.

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