Date of Last Revision

2023-05-02 23:48:21



Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2017


Recruitment and retention are affected by numerous factors, including the environment present at a workplace, as well as by the tangible and intangible benefits offered by a company. This research seeks to define numerous discrete elements that can sway a recent college graduate whether to ultimately accept a position offered to them. Identified were three key areas of improvement at the target client, the J.M. Smucker Company, including customizable desk spaces, differentiated departmental designs, and a full-scope health and wellness program. These areas were further recommended within the context of the client's workspace to enhance their recruiting and retention efforts.

Research Sponsor

Dr. Susan Hanlon

First Reader

Andrew Platt


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