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AUTHOR: Rachel Suff
Latest IRS research shows that employers experienced a
voluntary resignation rate of 8.6% in 2009 - but our survey finds considerable
variation in staff turnover rates according to region, sector and
On this page:Headline resultsBox 1: Calculating turnover ratesChart 1:
Voluntary resignation rates, 2009Chart 2: Total labour
turnover rates, 2009Impact of recession on labour turnover
ratesLabour turnover rates by industryChart 3: Breakdown of labour turnover rates and voluntary resignation
rates in 2009 by industry Chart 4: Breakdown of
private sector services labour turnover rates and voluntary resignation
rates in 2009 by industry Labour turnover rates
by country and region of the UKTable
1: Geographical breakdowns of labour turnover rates in 2009Labour turnover rates by occupationTable 2:
Summary of voluntary occupational resignation
rates Chart 5: Computer staff resignation
rates Chart 6: Engineer and technician resignation
rates Chart 7: Financial staff resignation
rates Chart 8: HR staff resignation
rates Chart 9: Manager resignation
rates Chart 10: Sales and marketing staff
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