High costs of losing top staff

November 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec99, Issue 17, p5
Academic Journal
Details findings of a survey, sponsored by Development Dimensions International and the Institute of Directors, conducted among human resources directors in British companies. Annual costs of rehiring and training employees; Average annual staff turnover rate; Percentage of respondent companies that bothered to calculate the costs resulting from high turnover rate.


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