Tired of Turnover? Strategies to Recruit and Retain Quality Staff
Behavior Analysts are truthful and honest and arrange the environment to promote truthful and honest behavior in others.” Behavior Analyst Professional and Ethical Compliance Code, Section 1.04. In order for ABA businesses to attract and retain quality staff they must first establish a culture of integrity. This presentation will focus on specific behaviors that business owners can engage in that are indicators of integrity. In addition to creating a culture of integrity specific recruiting and retention strategies will also be explored that will help ABA businesses both recruit and retain quality staff.
- Attendees will be able to identify 5 indicators of businesses that operate with integrity based on Behavior Analytic literature and the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code.
- Attendees will be able to identify 5 strategies that they can use to recruit quality staff.
- Attendees will be able to identify 5 strategies that they can use to retain quality staff.
Sarah Trautman, BCBA
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Sarah has been in-love with Behavior Analysis since she took her first intro to ABA class as an undergraduate student at Gonzaga University. Sarah has been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since 2004 (she even took the exam using real paper and a pencil). Sarah founded and was President of an ABA services business, STE Consultants, from 2004-2019. During that time STE Consultants worked to provide quality ABA services to individuals with ASD and developmental disabilities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and Washington state. Sarah is the past-president of the California Association for Behavior Analysis (CalABA) and was a founding Board Member of the Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP). Sarah has presented at over 30 professional conferences throughout the United States. Sarah has provided consultative services for ABA providers in Belize, Kenya and Brazil. Sarah currently works as a Development Consultant for the CalABA, is a founding partner of On Location, a media company, and provides consultation to ABA associations and businesses throughout the United States. Sarah loves to workout, drinks far too much coffee and enjoys public speaking (really).