ASTD webinar: The Career Development Paradox for Mid-Size Companies –October 10, 2012, 2 p.m. ET

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ASTD webinar: The Career Development Paradox for Mid-Size Companies –October 10, 2012, 2 p.m. ET

Sign up here for this free webinar: http://www.astd.org/Digital-Resources/Webcasts/TD/The-Career-Development-Paradox-for-Mid-Size-Companies

What is it that mid-market companies find really hard to do but that employees are craving? No, it’s not giving hefty raises, but rather to provide career development and growth opportunities to keep key talent. Monetary incentives are important, but sustainable employee engagement and retention also correlate strongly with ongoing support for employees’ short- and longer-term career aspirations. What can a mid-size company with a small HR team and limited budgets do?

Joanne Dustin, former Director of Career Development for a global technology company, author, founder of Synergy Consulting Collaborative, LLC, and career coach will provide ideas for how to support employees’ careers in this webinar, sponsored by the ASTD Career Development Community of Practice.

About Synergy Consulting Collaborative, LLC

Synergy Consulting Collaborative, LLC, founded in 2006, is a consortium of experienced business consultants who support businesses and nonprofit organizations with a special focus upon workforce planning and process re-engineering. Through its proprietary program, Career Collaborators® Building Career Communities, Synergy Consulting Collaborative is able to help organizations build and sustain the workforce of the 21st century. In addition to the Career Collaborators® Program, Synergy Consulting Collaborative offers a variety of consulting services.
For more information: www.synergyconsultingcollaborative.com

Media contact:
Joanne Dustin
(617) 905-5213
Info(at)careercollaborators.com

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