Toustone provided insight into how to drive greater staff retention with predictive insight into staff turnover—shining the light on the true impact staff turnover has on your team and bottom line, the value of retention and how to adopt innovative data science methods within your processing plant.
Response Research unpacked the key results from the AMPC funded red meat processing industry retention project from across 25 participating processing sites and best practice activities that form the Retention Framework.
Topics that were covered included:
- Driving greater staff retention with predictive insight
- How staff turnover impacts your team and bottom line
- The value of staff retention
- RETAIN: Early predictive insight into staff turnover
- Key results of the AMPC retention project
- Comparative analysis across all 25 participating sites
- Insights into practices that form the basis of the Retention Framework developed as a key component of the project
Craig Lefoe - CEO, Toustone
Craig Lefoe is CEO and co-founder of Toustone, a Decision Intelligence (DI) company based out of regional Australia, Albury-Wodonga. Craig comes from a strong leadership background in IT. Previously CIO of Mars Petcare responsible for the APAC region. Now as CEO of Toustone, Craig is leading the development of innovative DI solutions that leverage the latest data science methods to support businesses to utilise their data in decision-making.
Andrew Moore - Director and CEO, Response Group International / Response Learning
Andrew Moore is Director of Response Group International and CEO of Response Learning. Andrew has a long history in the Australian meat processing industry with nearly 20 years of experience in management roles at all levels and a further 20 years of experience in consulting and training and development with clients across meat processing and other industries. More recently he has been an integral member of the Response Research team, taking a lead role in the recently completed AMPC funded meat industry retention project.