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5 Ways to Address the Healthcare Industry’s Turnover Crisis

Fond

in September 2019 , the lowest it’s been since December 1969. Simultaneously, hospital turnover increased by 0.9% Improving retention and happiness at work for healthcare employees is a top concern among HR leaders. Average turnover in healthcare jobs is second only to the hospitality industry. .

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5 ways to reduce employee turnover in restaurants

Homebase

Employee turnover can be one of your biggest costs as a restaurant owner. High employee turnover is a common battle that restaurants face. If you’re experiencing high employee turnover in your restaurant, you’re not alone. What is employee turnover in the restaurant industry? And when they leave, it can be expensive.

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How to Retain Call Center Employees & Reduce Turnover

Empuls

However, amid all this unpredictability, there’s one trend that managers have come to recognize – the high turnover rate. According to Quality Assurance and Training Connection , call centers, on average, see an annual turnover rate ranging from 30% to 45%. High attrition rates have long plagued the call center industry.

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The True Costs of Employee Turnover

15Five

We know turnover is expensive, but its costs aren’t just financial — they manifest as lost productivity, lowered innovation, weakened team bonds, and reduced agility. As of 2019, US companies were losing a staggering trillion dollars a year to turnover. Direct and indirect costs of turnover. Direct turnover costs.

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Employee Turnover Is a More Costly Problem than Researchers Thought, Here’s Why

Zenefits

Researchers have been studying employee turnover —the causes of it, and how to prevent it—since the 1900s. . But our researchers believed looking at the other side of the employee turnover equation— the ways in which employers are impacted by employees who quit— could be more easily understood. . Turnover is a “costly problem.”.

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Best Methods for Attracting and Retaining Talented Employees

Business Management Daily

Finding and retaining top talent is more complex than ever in 2023, and as LinkedIn’s most recent Workplace Learning Report discovered – 93% of companies have growing concerns over employee retention. The ‘new normal’ is here to stay, and there likely will never be a return to the way things were (think 2019 and years prior).

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How making ‘work fun’ helped this credit union cut turnover in half

HRExecutive

In 2019, Texans Credit Union—which delivers a suite of financial products and services to 120,000 members, supported by 250 employees across 11 branches—had a turnover problem. Turnover stood at 46% organization-wide and 63% among customer-facing roles in branches. What’s their perception of your brand?