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Reduce staff turnover by 80%? Easy.

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HC Online | 11 Oct 2012, 12:00 AM Agree 0
It’s a hefty claim, but according to new findings Australian organisations have the power to change 80% of their staff turnover – here’s how.
  • Erica Collins | 11 Oct 2012, 12:48 PM Agree 0
    Great headline. If that doesn't catch the CEOs attention, then nothing will. Great article. Concise yet complete. Although measuring and analysing turnover data only needs to be done by one person, the other 4 steps are a shared responsibility. How well is your organisation enabling, equipping and inspiring its managers (senior and line) to do these? Even at the lowest level if you can work out which one is the biggest driver in your business and start addressing it, you will see improvements; not just in turnover, but also increases in productivity.
  • Bruce Christopher | 19 Oct 2012, 11:30 AM Agree 0
    Relatively straight forward solutions are available so why do many companies ignore this issue. High turnover has a link to the exec team so they may sometimes rationalise it, at their peril, to protect egos. The clever teams move past that and address the issue as a priority. Specific positive change programs must be prepared and followed through to success, seeking outside help from experienced change management experts where required.
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