By Staff Report
Oct. 15, 2013
Dear Cautious but Curious:
Job rotation programs are an outstanding tool for employee recruitment and retention and typically serve one of two purposes:
In either case, the experiential nature of the learning excites, challenges, and motivates employees, who are constantly bringing a fresh perspective and new ideas to separate entities within the company. However, there always are caution items to consider before launching into a job rotation. Here are some tips to consider:
SOURCE: Brad Karsh, JB Training Solutions, Chicago, October 3, 2013
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