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Cisco Talent Corner: Employee Engagement and Retention

- June 4, 2010 - 2 Comments

Whether you’re hiring new employees or want to energize your existing workforce, Cisco’s Talent programs give you access to tools, insights, workshops, and resources to help keep your workforce engaged and productive.

On-boarding, the process of integrating a new employee into your company, is one way to engage and ensure that employees remain on staff. In fact, a well-designed on-boarding process can help reduce the employee’s probability of departure by 87 percent.

To learn more about these concepts, we interviewed Peter Joyce who works in Cisco’s Worldwide Partner Talent group. He shared insights on recruitment, retention, and the importance of on-boarding.

To learn more about Cisco’s talent offerings for partners, have a look at the following resources:


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  1. The guy you are interviewing here is no longer employed at CISCO, which isn't a good ad for "engagement." Did he quit or was he fired/laid off?

  2. Great to see Cisco embracing employee engagement. It's consistent with your firm's vision to connect people and something I wrote about in a changthis Connection Culture Manifesto at this link: