Behavioral assessment tools helped Bravo! Development Inc., the Columbus, Ohio-based parent of three Italian restaurant brands, save an estimated $5.5 million in hourly and management turnover costs. Now the company is using behavioral data to help employees craft career advancement plans. Aclear promotion strategy and help in getting there is one more reason employees will choose to stay with a company, said Jeff Ramm, vice president of human resources for BDI, ...

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