Join Us March 13th to Learn about Workplace Stability
with National Presenter Ruth Weirich
There is no question that increased worker stability boosts productivity, retention, and morale, which leads to greater profitability—but it may yet be a challenge you need to address. Why would an employer want to increase the personal and professional stability of workers? And how exactly can businesses go about it?
It starts with seeing things differently.
Instability is another measure of diversity in your workforce. Low-wage workers can experience personal instability that leads to absenteeism, health problems, and violations of workplace expectations, all of which decrease morale, attention to work, and job performance.
Ruth Weirich has been a management professional in the publishing industry for 30 years. She has experience in leadership, marketing, training, sales budgets, and financials. She received her MBA from Colorado State and her BA in Business Administration from Goshen College. With a love of maximizing an organization's operating performance and achieving its financial goals, Ruth has held responsibilities ranging from communicating with all stakeholders to preparing operating budgets to overseeing a strategic plan. Ruth is an active listener, a critical thinker, and has quick judgment and decision making skills.
Weirich recently was president of aha! Process. Working for a small company allowed her to have a hands-on experience with all the strategic projects the organization developed. Weirich presents the Workplace Stability training for aha! Process and also consults with executives who are working to stabilize the business and the workforce
- Recognize the range of factors that create instability for employees
- See how instability, employee performance, and profitability are related
- Identify the most effective techniques and tactics for increasing workplace stability
- Create an action plan best suited to your business and its culture and employees
Workplace Stability participants can receive:
- 6 PDC hours for Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
- 4 Recertification Credit Hours (General) for Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI)
Fee*: $299 per person(includes workshop, lunch and your personal copy of the author’s book)
*The Glen accepts payment by cash, check, money order or purchase order.