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Videos for Theme 4: How to Retain Talent

Culture and the Workplace

How do you retain employees?

The five keys to successful retention are highlighted in this clip. Effective retention has these key characteristics:

1. Employees feel welcome
2. Employers provide new hires with what they need to be successful in the job
3. Trust is continuously built and nurtured
4. Willingness to solve problems is apparent
5. Employees know they have a future with you and that you are interested in their future

Canadian Business Style Expectations: Cameroonian and Canadian Teacher Conversation.

Difference in communication styles: Cameroonian and Canadian teacher conversation

Canadian Business Style Expectations: Cameroonian and Canadian Teacher Misunderstanding.

Cameroonian and Canadian teachers misunderstanding

Canadian Business Style Expectations: Communication Barriers due to Differing Expectations.

How culture affects the workplace

Canadian Business Style Expectations: Canadian Speech Softeners.

Canadian speech softeners

Workplace Relationships: South Asian Manager difference in Hierarchy Expectations.

South Asian Manager difference in hierarchy expectations

Workplace Relationships: South Asian Manager ... more to the story

South Asian Manager…more to the story

Workplace Relationships: Czech Boss and Canadian Intern Misunderstanding.

Workplace relationships: Czech boss and Canadian intern misunderstanding

Workplace Relationships: Czech Boss and Canadian Intern Analysis.

Workplace Relationships: Czech boss and Canadian intern analysis

Promotions: Promoting Filipino Foreman

Promoting Filipino Foremen

Dealing Effectively with Harassment, Discrimination and Abuse

There are specific steps employers need to take if an employee or client is harassing, discriminating against or abusing an employee. Setting the tone for a safe workplace climate involves not only showing a welcoming attitude but being willing to address and solve issues that threaten your employee’s sense of safety at work.

Dealing with Discrimination: Gender Barriers

Gender barriers

Dealing with Discrimination: Discrimination at work Analysis

Discrimination at work analysis

Dealing with Discrimination: Discrimination at Work, indirect example.

Discrimination at work indirect example

Workplace Mistakes: Collectivist and Individualist Culture and a Workplace Mistake.

Collectivist and Individualist culture and a workplace mistake

Taking Initiative: Leadership and Initiative.

Leadership and initiative

Taking Initiative: Disposition Towards Change

Disposition towards change

Retention: Mindfulness at Work

Mindfulness at work: How can managers be more mindful?