Good practice guidance discussing the steps that employers can take to monitor and manage labour turnover, including measuring and analysing employee turnover patterns to identify the range of initiatives that can be developed to address staff retention problems.
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.
This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation in the labour turnover rates survey 2012.
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.
This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation contained in the labour turnover survey 2011.
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.
This article contains the charts showing resignation rates by occupation contained in the 2009 IRS labour turnover survey