Updated: Aug 11, 2020
The cost of an employees turnover
To conduct business activities, companies require employees who are disclosed in the company’s P&L statement with significant salaries expenses. What happens when those employees leave, what are the risks and associated costs of employee turnover.
The cost of employee turnover is the cost of losing one employee position and those include, but are not limited to the followings expenses:
bonus packages for leaving
the associated cost for managing the role when it is not filled e.g extra working hours
loss in productivity during the vacancy period
errors in customer service
loss in sales, for a salesperson - that will lead to decreased revenue and increased costs
cost of hiring a new employee
cost of training and cost of onboarding period of the new person
loss of engagement from the other employees
reputation - if the organization cannot retain employees then what does that say about the brand, and the company - turnover decrease
culture - indirect impact on the financial results of an organization
The companies will experience some level of employee turnover no matter the employee retention policy in place. In the long term, the companies should focus on the right employee retention policy to diminishing the impact on profitability, culture, and productivity. The organization should strive for more efficient operations and higher profits by retaining its employees for as long as possible taking action to reduce employee turnover and improve their retention. Start improving employee turnover by recruiting an adequate team that is right for your organization.
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