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How to Find and Keep Great Employees Focus of New CD-ROM from NAPL

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PARAMUS, N.J., Jan. 29, 2003 – Developing and maintaining a qualified staff is a critical success factor for graphic arts companies, yet many company leaders are grappling with how to do so effectively. They can now draw on the guidance of leading human resources expert Dr. James Harris in Finding & Keeping Great Employees, a two-hour, two-CD audio set from the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL). Featuring an address presented by Dr. Harris at NAPL’s 2002 Top Management Conference, the CDs examine how many companies go awry in their recruiting and retention efforts and provide practical advice and real-world examples of how to get those efforts on track. As part of the presentation, Dr. Harris: Shares best practices for recruiting and retention used by leading companies. Examines what really causes high turnover and shares ways to increase company loyalty among the best employees. Provides a practical method for profiling employees to identify an organization’s “top 5%” and “bottom 5%.” Emphasizes the need for a company to define its core culture and then align its human resources needs with that culture. Finding & Keeping Great Employees (Product Code ND 112) sells for $34.95 (NAPL members, $27.95). To order, call NAPL at (800) 642-6275, Option #3; email [email protected]; fax (201 634-0328; or visit www.napl.org. About Dr. James Harris: An internationally known speaker, author, executive consultant, seminar leader, and successful businessman, Dr. Harris is the author of seven business books, including Finding and Keeping Great Employees and Getting Employees to Fall in Love With Your Company (Amacom). He will deliver the keynote address at NAPL’s 11th Annual Sheetfed Pressroom Conference, to be held June 1-3, at the Marriott O’Hare in Chicago. His research-based “best practices” approach to leadership, talent, and organizational excellence places him among today's leading business thinkers. [For more information, visit www.drjimharris.com.] About NAPL: Chartered in 1933, the National Association for Printing Leadership is a not-for-profit trade association representing the $88 billion commercial printing industry. NAPL’s mission is “To enable the printing community to profit from change” through a full range of management and educational services to its membership, including conferences, seminars, periodicals, books, consulting, and economic information.