Workplace Culture

Data Bank Focus: See Where Workers Are Saying ‘See Ya’

By Betsy Shepherd

Feb. 8, 2013

How well does your company stack up against others in your industry when it comes to retaining talent?

Benchmarking your company’s annual quit rate—quits per year divided by the total number of employees and then multiplied by 100—with the annual quit rate for your industry can help you gauge how effective you are at keeping your employees where you want them.

Workforce Management, February 2013, p. 18-19 Subscribe Now!

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