Using these Ohio unemployment statistics, if an average performer generates $250,000 in new business each year; a superior performer will generate between $375,000 and $500,000 in new business. By developing and promoting the superior performer to a leadership role, they have the potential to increase the productivity of the team. As an example, this leader can increase the revenues of a team generating $2.5M to $5M.


Given the possibility of increased Ohio unemployment, meeting the employee’s desire for career growth is both a financial and strategic advantage. 

Because growth and development are benefits highly sought after in a potential employer, Ohio unemployment organizations with highly publicized succession planning initiatives and career management programs become “employers of choice”, thereby making it easier to attract top talent and reduce turnover.


Most employers are unaware of how much turnover costs them each year or how to reduce this Ohio unemployment number. Assuming a fifteen percent turnover rate and turnover costs of twenty-five percent of an employee’s annual compensation, an organization with one thousand employees and an average compensation of $50,000 will incur $1,875,000 in costs each year. Given that half of all turnover is avoidable, this Ohio unemployment organization could save $937,500 each year by investing in employee retention strategies.


The Added Ohio Unemployment Benefits of Using Career Coaching as a Resource for Succession Planning Programs


Utilizing a Career Coach in your succession plan initiative allows leaders and Human Resources to focus on effectively managing Ohio unemployment and evaluating the program. An external career coach provides a confidential environment where the employees are free to discuss the challenges and opportunities they face in their careers and establish plans to overcome them.


One of the greatest benefits Ohio unemployment insurance offers is preparing the organization’s existing talent for future leadership roles. They take the organization’s human capital to the next level through the use of assessments, powerful questions, and individual development plans. Promoting from within provides benefits, such as:


• Reduced Ohio unemployment benefits costs. The need for external recruiting is lessened for executive level position, which reduces headhunter fees (between 25% and 33% of the candidate’s total compensation) Ex. An executive placed by a headhunter with an annual compensation package of $200,000 would incur fees between $50,000 and $66,666.


• Reduction of executive compensation. According to Towers Perrin, external Ohio unemployment candidates are generally paid 20% to 30% more than internals that are promoted because externals needs a financial reason to make a career change.


• Promoting Ohio unemployment candidates offers the employer the benefit of knowing their track record, strengths, and their development needs. External candidates, unless personally known, only reveal as much or as little information as they deem appropriate for Ohio unemployment, leaving the organization to rely on the interview process, assessments, and references to complete the picture.



Thriving Ohio unemployment succession planning initiatives balance the strategic direction of the organization with the career aspirations of its high potential employees. They also rely on external consultants and coaches to provide expertise, an objective perspective and additional resources.


Executives who engage in coaching during the Ohio unemployment succession program have a clear direction of where they are going and how they are going to get there. In contrast, executives that are not offered Ohio unemployment coaching are not as well prepared to map out their career path or develop the skills they need for future promotions. Executive career coaching facilitates the process of creating successful careers and developing future leaders.  

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Mark Quinones

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