Retention categories

All items: Retention

  • Labour turnover rates: 2015 survey

    Date:
    9 November 2015

    The latest XpertHR research reveals employers' staff turnover levels for 2014, and provides benchmarking data on occupational voluntary resignation and total turnover rates by sector and industry.

  • Labour turnover rates: 2014 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    21 July 2014

    The latest XpertHR research on staff turnover reveals employers' attrition levels for 2013, including voluntary resignation and total turnover rates according to organisation size, broad sector and industry.

  • Labour turnover rates: 2013 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    16 July 2013

    The latest XpertHR research reveals employers' staff turnover levels for 2012, and provides benchmarking data on occupational voluntary resignation and total turnover rates by sector and industry.

  • Labour turnover rates: 2012 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    21 August 2012

    The latest XpertHR research shows that employers experienced a median voluntary resignation rate of 7.9% in 2011 and a median total staff turnover rate of 13.2%, but there are the usual variations in labour turnover patterns according to industry and occupation.

  • Labour turnover rates: 2012 XpertHR survey - charts

    Date:
    21 August 2012

    This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation in the labour turnover rates survey 2012.

  • Employee engagement survey 2011: increased awareness, but falling levels

    Date:
    28 November 2011

    Our research into employee engagement finds that awareness is growing among organisations, and many private sector employers especially are making concerted efforts to improve it. Respondents also believe that pay, quality of line management and job security are the factors that have the greatest influence on employee engagement.

  • Labour turnover rates: XpertHR survey 2011

    Date:
    18 July 2011

    The latest XpertHR research shows that voluntary resignation rates stood at an average of 10.1% in 2010, with the highest rates experienced by private sector services companies. We also find that the recession is still having a negative impact on some organisations' labour turnover patterns, although a few employers report a slight improvement in the external job market.

  • Labour turnover rates: XpertHR survey 2011 - charts

    Date:
    18 July 2011

    This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation contained in the labour turnover survey 2011.

  • Informal versus formal succession planning strategies

    Date:
    21 March 2011

    Succession planning can be a low-cost way of retaining key employees and filling important posts, but our latest research finds that few employers invest in a formal process.

  • Succession planning: employer practice

    Date:
    21 March 2011

    There are a number of tools and techniques that employers can use to support succession planning, including the use of competencies and succession planning committees - but definitive plans are still principally focused on more senior-level roles, our research finds.

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Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee retention.