fleetnewsdaily | April 5, 2017 – Another issue that’s plaguing the industry is the talent retention of Millennials. According to Bersin by Deloitte, 71 percent of Millennials who are likely to leave a company in two years are dissatisfied with how their leadership skills are being developed.
A. Duie Pyle found a solution to this industry-wide issue by developing its Leadership Development Program, a six-month rotational program designed to prepare recent college graduates and internal candidates for a leadership role within the company.
Now in its third year, the program was developed to train future leaders on the company’s business – and its culture. A. Duie Pyle is a privately held company that maintains a long-term focus. The company invests in employees that it believes will contribute to the company in the long-haul. A. Duie Pyle’s leadership team views the program as an investment in participants’ futures and the company’s future
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