Retention – By the NumbersPosted on: May 21, 2019, by : rose●
It’s the age-old question, “Why do good employees quit?”
In today’s fast-paced environment, it is more important than ever to get answers for the root causes of turnover. Taking a close look at facts will give you keen insight. However, statistics are only the beginning. The real trick is to find out what is going on in your company. We will discuss that a little later.
First, let’s look at what is trending, according to Qualigence International. In a blind survey they came up with these top 5 reasons good employees leave:
- Lack of Appreciation or Recognition (20.17%)
- Money/Cash Compensation (15.00%)
- Lack of Opportunity (29%) (tied with 4)
- Didn’t Get Along With My Manager (29%) (tied with 3)
- Ethical Concerns (29%)
According to AmericanProgress.org, turnover is approximately 20-21% of an employee’s annual salary. Let’s looks at what that means, in terms of dollars lost.
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