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Turnover Rates Inching Up

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Sep 12, 2012 3:00:40 AM

Kansas City, Kan. – As the national unemployment rate continues to teeter at just over eight percent, turnover rates are beginning to inch up. The average total turnover rate reported for employers from 2011 was 15.2 percent, according to Compdata Surveys BenchmarkPro 2012 survey results. That's up slightly from 14.4 percent reported a year ago. Voluntary turnover rates were reported at 9.8 percent, up from 9.1 percent reported last year.

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Topics: News, Turnover, Recruiting, BenchmarkPro

Severance Policies See Increased Popularity

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 31, 2012 4:39:20 PM

Although turnover rates have been slowly decreasing over the past few years, more and more employers are utilizing post-employment practices. According to the 2011 BenchmarkPro results, more than 60 percent of organizations have a severance policy. This is up from 55.2 just two years ago and 58.8 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, Turnover, severance

Severance Policies See Increased Popularity

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 23, 2012 4:38:45 PM

Although turnover rates have been slowly decreasing over the past few years, more and more employers are utilizing post-employment practices. According to the 2011 BenchmarkPro results, more than 60 percent of organizations have a severance policy. This is up from 55.2 just two years ago and 58.8 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, Turnover, severance, BenchmarkPro

Severance Policies See Increased Popularity

Posted by Amy Kaminski on Jan 6, 2012 8:16:05 AM

Although turnover rates have been slowly decreasing over the past few years, more and more employers are utilizing post-employment practices. According to the 2011 BenchmarkPro results, more than 60 percent of organizations have a severance policy. This is up from 55.2 just two years ago and 58.8 percent in 2010.

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Topics: dataLink, Turnover, severance

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