Stay Interviews: A Guide To Retention

Webinar: ID# 1015818
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Unless it is a key employee or high performing employee, turnover is not always a bad thing. Organizations continually search for ways to retain high performers and to mitigate the adverse effects a separation can have on the organization.

Don't wait until your key employee or superstar provides you with a resignation letter. This topic will assist you in preparing and strategizing for formal discussions known as stay interviews. Learn methods on obtaining the critical reasons why your employee's would leave your company. More importantly, create an action plan while these superstars are still your employees.


  • Stay Interview Concept
  • Retaining, Motivating and Engaging Workforce
  • Statistics From Other Organizations
Understanding Your Audience
  • The Prime Candidate(s)
  • Key Employees
  • High Performers
  • Employees on Succession Plans
  • Anticipate the Employee's Perspective
  • Monetary vs. Nonmonetary Wish List
  • Flexible Schedules
  • Career Opportunities
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Creating the Ideal Interview
  • Questionnaire vs. Discussion vs. Formal Meeting
  • Random Surveys vs. Individual or OneOnOne Meetings vs. Focus Groups
  • Who Will Conduct the Interviewer
  • Timing Is Key
  • Consider Organizational Deadlines Such as Annual Audit Periods, End of Fiscal Year, Budget Season or Organizational Peaks
  • Availability to Conduct and Complete All Interviews
  • Secure Resources to Ensure Initiative Is Carried out
Creating the Right Discussion Questions
Review and Compile Information to Begin Action Plan
Planning Guide and Discussion Questions Examples
About The Presenters

Rob Armijo
  • HR administrator, College of Arts & Sciences, University of New Mexico
  • Serves as the enterprise's primary point of HR administration, and provides input into broad operational decision making as a member of the college's management team
  • Performs training needs analyses, as appropriate, and initiates, develops, and/or coordinates the implementation of specific training and development programs for new and existing faculty and/or staff
  • Bachelor’s degree in political science: emphasis in diplomatic negotiations
Patricia Martinez
  • HR operations manager, City of Rio Rancho
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of HR operations, compensation and classification, and HR budget
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous HR topics
  • Bachelor’s degree in English: Professional Writing
Stay Interviews: A Guide To Retention
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