All items: Redundancy

  • Redundancy policies and procedures: the 2015 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    6 July 2015

    The second part of XpertHR research into redundancy explores how employers manage the process, including what selection criteria is used and what compensation is paid to those who are made redundant, as well as any alternative measures employers use to avoid redundancy.

  • Redundancy activity: the 2015 XpertHR survey

    Date:
    22 June 2015

    Latest XpertHR research on redundancy reveals ongoing job losses across the UK in 2014, with further redundancies expected in 2015 - particularly among large employers and in the public sector.

  • 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.

  • Redundancies continue in 2011/12: the XpertHR survey

    Date:
    14 May 2012

    Widespread redundancy programmes are back on the agenda for the majority of organisations, our latest survey finds, with no signs of the situation improving in the remainder of 2012.

  • 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.

  • Labour turnover rates and costs survey 2010

    Date:
    14 June 2010

    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 occupation.

  • Labour turnover rates and costs survey 2010 - charts

    Date:
    14 June 2010

    This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation contained in the 2009 IRS labour turnover survey

  • Dealing with the impact of redundancy: the IRS 2009 survey

    Date:
    26 November 2009

    IRS revisited 91 organisations that had provided information on redundancies to measure the ongoing impact of redundancies and subsequent redundancy programmes. This article also provides a wide range of guidance and advice available on XpertHR.

  • Managing the survivor syndrome during and after redundancies

    Date:
    26 May 2009

    The emotional and physical impact of experiencing the loss of colleagues during redundancies, known as the "survivor syndrome", has implications for employers as well as for the health of their staff; this IRS survey investigates what is being done to counteract the syndrome's damaging toll.

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Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to redundancy.