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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 2001 May 2001: Recruitment and Retention Management Systems

May 2001 GBC Presentation: Recruiting for Retention at FedEx (FedEx Corporation)

ID: GBC-P052001FDR


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PowerPoint


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • PRESENTER INFO
FedEx delivers absolutely positively on time. See how the staffing organization links recruiting and retention to the overall business plan. This session will offer a case study of FedEx’s new approach to building links between recruiting and retention. Mr. Huffer will also discuss:
  • Reengineering recruiting processes to meet operational demands.
  • Evaluating turnover statistics using GAP analysis and skill level employee meetings.
  • Identifying the business cost of employee turnover.
  • Using statistical processes to control the recruiting pipeline.
  • Customer/supplier alignments between recruiting and operations.
  • FedEx’s PSP Philosophy in retaining high performers and profiling success factors in new recruits.

Industries Profiled:
Companies Profiled:
FedEx Corporation

David Huffer
Senior Manager of Recruitment Strategies

FedEx Corporation