Recently Forbes magazine ran an article on job coaching. Companies are waking up to the costs of unwanted employee turnover. It becomes doubly bad when with a bit of effort the employer could have counseled and worked with the employee and found them a career advancing job within the organization.
The in-house career counseling program can be added to the current HR function, or in some cases, outsourced to firms that specialize in career counseling and career development. In either case, career coaching can be a valuable tool for a business in controlling turnover costs and improving employee satisfaction in by placing them in a career with a better fit and greater overall employee career advancement.
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