CAI Data Snapshot: Employee Turnover

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doug for news.jpgAt CAI we aim to provide you with relevant data to help you make sound workplace decisions.  We are grateful to the hundreds of CAI member organizations who regularly participate in our surveys allowing us to provide rich data.  Each month we report on one data point that we think most members would care about.  As always if you have any questions about the data point or would like to discuss this issue as it relates to your company, please don't hesitate to contact anyone on the Advice and Resolution team.  If you want to get more involved with our surveys, check out our CAI Surveys Group.

 

Today's data point:  Employee Turnover* by Company Size.  Enjoy!

 

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* Termination is defined as being voluntary or involuntary except in the case of layoff, job elimination, transfer within company, or departure of temporary staff. Respondents reported total number of employees terminated within 12 month period (TNET) and total number of employees in same 12 month period (TN). Turnover rate is calculated as: TNET / TN * 100

 

Data reported from CAI's 2014 NC Policies and Benefits Survey.  This survey provides employers with accurate, reliable and local data regarding core/current trend topics in workplace policies and employee benefit practices. Areas surveyed include Health & Welfare Benefits, Time Off, Pay Practices, Retirement Plans, Workplace Culture, Recruitment & Staffing, Termination and select HR Metrics. Almost 400 employers participated in the survey from around the state.  To learn more click here.

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