Free Whitepaper: The Reality Of Low Worker Retention
How the Relentless Focus on Worker Retention is Backfiring
Despite the fact that most organizations are first and foremost concerned with retaining employees, many economists consider a high "churn" a sign of a healthy economy. But beyond the optics, is there any reason to stop worrying about worker retention? At least some critics argue that too much time is wasted focusing on worker retention.
So can you reduce your time and expenses, and increase your effectiveness by focusing on employee engagement instead of retention? Download the free whitepaper to find out why:
• Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs, 63% are not engaged, and 24% are actively disengaged.
• Active disengagement is a major drain on the world economy because it negatively impacts productivity; in the US, active disengagement costs an estimated $450 billion to $550 billion per year.
• Poor management practices are cited as a major cause of low engagement and active disengagement among employees.
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