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What Is Employee Turnover (and Why It Matters)


At some point, if your business is more than one person, you’re likely to deal with employee turnover. What Is Employee Turnover? A common definition of employee turnover is the loss of talent in the workforce over time. How Does the US BLS Calculate Turnover?

11 of the Most Enlightening Employee Engagement Statistics


Up to 53% of employees are not engaged with their work at all, spelling trouble for their productivity and quality of work. Establishing benchmarks and being open to feedback with pulse surveys shows that a company is willing to listen to their employees’ concerns and take action on them.

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KPIs Alone Will Not Fix The Diversity Problem


And when it comes to business objectives, KPIs are our go-to benchmark. We know bias in business undermines employee commitment, performance, and retention. In our own business, a dedicated team launched Autism@Work in 2013—our industry-leading program.

Why We Need Retail Employee Engagement Now More Than Ever


Retail turnover is breaking records–bad ones. Retention is a commonly accepted signifier of employee engagement , but in retail a high turnover rate is expected. However, retail turnover has been trending upwards as of late. Turnover is turning skilled employees away.

Employee Engagement in Healthcare: 5 Facts You Need to Know


This is because the signifiers of engagement are consistent across industries–higher productivity, job satisfaction, retention, profit margins, and more. Its study observes that because employee engagement in healthcare trends higher than global norms, any goals or benchmarks set to raise these scores must reflect this data. In the healthcare industry, turnover hits hard. One of the most common signifiers of employee engagement is reflected in retention.

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Consider research on how engagement affects: Productivity: American businesses lose productivity worth $300 billion annually due to disengaged workers. This retention aspect is particularly pertinent. 2013). 2013).

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How Scarcity and Attrition Might Ruin Recruitment Planning

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Also, when you are dealing with a short supply, it may drive the organization to do more retention and more development. What do benchmark data reveal about industry and occupation trends? What is the productivity of the workforce? Turnover rate. Anticipated Supply 2013 = Sum of Current Headcount – Anticipated Exits – Anticipated Retirements. Anticipated Supply 2014 = Sum of 2013 Anticipated Supply – Anticipated Exits – Anticipated Retirements.

The 5 biggest challenges facing remote workers (and how to solve them.)


Failure to address these causes decreased productivity and employee engagement, an impact on overall team morale, increased staff turnover, and a negative impact on business outcomes. That lack of ‘connection’ with a business is also linked to lower levels of reliability and retention.

#Employee Feedback Is The Killer App #HR


As the economy grows and the job market gets hotter, employee engagement and retention have become a top priority. Why is there such a wide variation in employee engagement and retention? With one question (“How well would you recommend this product to others?”)

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The high first year turnover experienced in many, many organisations isn’t usually down to poor selection, it’s about everything else that’s going on instead. Induction Reports: Measure global metrics on HR productivity and key performance benchmarks.

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