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How to Use Employee Turnover as a Health Check For Your Company

Posted by Carah Counts on January 27, 2016

How to Use Employee Turnover as a Health Check For Your Company | Carah Counts | HR Insights blog by CareATC, Inc.Employee turnover is inconvenient and costly, but what does turnover really mean for the health of an organization?

HR researchers say there's a sweet spot for turnover: too little and a company grows stagnant; too much and there's a deep problem somewhere in the organization.

One way to learn important lessons from departing employees is to make the most out of exit interviews, and communicate several times over weeks with an outgoing worker.

The following article has a lot of insight on what to learn from your departing demographics: insight drawn from high rates of the very old or young, high performers or middling employees leaving your organization.

The worst thing you can learn from exit interviews is that your company is perceived as a sinking ship. But don't worry: read the article to learn the ways to set things right!

Read full article at Tech Republic.

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Carah Counts

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Carah Counts

Carah is a Product Manager here at CareATC. When she's not busy working on our product strategy and roadmap, she dabbles in the occasional creative project or blog post.

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