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RETAIN & GAIN: CAREER MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESS

An action-focused playbook with 40+ low-cost tips, activities and actions small business can take right now (some in only 10 minutes a day) to attract, engage and retain staff.

  • Planning templates and links to unique resources

  • Special sections for workforce suggestions for new graduates, the aging workforce and family businesses

  • Available in English and French. Aussi disponible en français.

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RETAIN & GAIN: CAREER MANAGEMENT FOR NON-PROFITS AND CHARITIES

Based on incredible feedback and support for Retain & Gain: Career Management for Small Business, this new edition offers new insight and sector-specific activities. 

Career management – even for the smallest non-profits – offers a strategic lever for stronger performance. Indeed, career management affects more than just employee satisfaction and loyalty. It drives better client service, faster identification of ways to deliver on your mission and increased opportunity for growth – for staff as well as for your organization.

 

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TESTIMONIALS FOR THE RETAIN AND GAIN SERIES

Perrin Beatty

President and CEO | Canadian Chamber of Commerce

“Canada’s business profile is overwhelmingly positioned in the small and medium-sized business space; these businesses are the backbone of the communities we call home. Often, within their daily operations, there is not time for business owners and managers to accomplish all that is necessary for success – including the time to think about critical human resource planning. That is why we are so pleased to be part of the Career Management Playbook for Small Business; this resource provides realistic tools to assist  small and medium-sized businesses in attracting and retaining employees who will become an important part of their future success strategy.”

Cathy Taylor

Executive Director, Ontario NonProfit Network (ONN)

“Retaining great people is a key issue we all face in the non-profit sector. The Retain and Gain Career Management for Non-Profits and Charities Playbook is an impressive tool full of tips, strategies and resources that will be helpful to our sector as we strive to create decent work environments for all staff.”

Julia Deans

CEO | Futurpreneur Canada

“An innovative and important resource for small business owners looking to scale up. Our consultations with young entrepreneurs and supporters across the country have shown that acquiring and retaining talent is critical to facilitating business growth - and this playbook provides much-needed tools to achieve that.”

Victoria Lennox

Co-Founder and CEO | Start-up Canada

The Retain and Gain Playbook is a foundational guide for every entrepreneur and small business owner to attract and retain a successful team through focusing on employee career development and smart planning. Providing options and examples underpinned by data, the Playbook is perfect for the busy business owner who needs to support and scale high-performance teams.”

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The Talent Revolution: Longevity and the Future of Work

The Talent Revolution reveals today’s workplace as a holistic system undergoing a seismic shift that requires quick and dramatic change. Demongraphics is the first of five key drivers shaping the Future of Work and this book plots new directions for organizations looking to capitalize on the opportunity longer working life expectancy promises. 

Publication date: April 2019. Published by Univeristy of Toronto Press - Rotman Imprint (UTP-Rotman).

Advance copies have been met with rave reviews:

“This book turns thinking about the aging workforce on its head. it’s a must-read to tap the potential productivity of a truly intergenerational workforce, and to make companies more profitable.”

- Ali Velshi, senior economic and business correspondent for NBC News and co-anchor with Stephanie Ruhle of Velshi & Ruhle on MSNBC

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