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20 Strategies to Attract and Retain a Capable Transportation Workforce Example Practice Summaries. In addition to the case studies, the supplemental materials provide one- to two-page summaries of other example practices within each recruitment and retention topic area. These summaries provide high-level information about the practice, as detailed in Exhibit 2-7. Exhibit 2-7 Example Practice Summaries Organization Scheme Practice Title Lead Organization Practice Description Program Purpose Recruitment Retention Targeted Participants Job Type Audience Other Notable Factors ROI Economic Influence Innovativeness Resources Website Source Note: Not all one-page summaries include every category due to the inability to collect that information for a practice. 2.7 Summary This guidebook was designed to be a practical tool that transportation leaders can use to address recruitment and retention challenges. The information provided in this chapter is intended to clarify how the guidebook is organized. The chapter can also serve as a point of reference so that answers to specific questions relating to only a segment of the transportation workforce can be found quickly. In the following chapters, detailed information related to each of the 15 recruitment and retention topics areas is presented.