employee turnover


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the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers

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The study showed that the overall employee turnover rate in the United States was approximately 42 percent per year, while for companies using PEOs, it is just 28-32 percent.
Tews, assistant professor of hospitality management, Penn State, said that in the hospitality industry, employee turnover is notoriously high because restaurant jobs are highly substitutable-if you don't like your job at Chili's you can go to TGI Friday's down the street.
This article discusses how an examination of a study on the relationship between employer-provided training and development and employee turnover may reveal how such a relationship has consequences for investment in individual, organisational, and industry skill development.
Employee turnover can be a vital concern for managers and has been viewed as inherently negative for organizational bottom-line (Miller, 2008).
Employee turnover is defined as a ratio comparison of the number of employees a company must replace in a given time period to the average number of total employees.
An organization's failure to address such behavior can be an aggravating factor in employee turnover.
That's the message behind "Better exits: Making the most of employee turnover," the latest Blue Paper and podcast from 4imprint.
Apart from the current economic outlook, independent studies have revealed that a high employee turnover rate can be attributed to an astounding pervasion of a lack of adequate and effective employee training.
I know our employee turnover is less than five per cent.
The release of the report comes at a particularly opportune time because it affords companies the opportunity to better manage salary increases, new hires and employee turnover as the markets enter a more competitive upswing.
EMPLOYEE TURNOVER IS NOTORIOUS IN THE NURSING HOME industry.
Other difficulties have included: employee theft on job sites, high employee turnover rates, and learning to communicate with her many non-English speaking employees.
It's a fact that nursing homes have a problem with employee turnover, especially among frontline personnel.
The ability of women owners to hold down employee turnover.
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