Course DescriptionThe Saratoga Institute estimates the cost of losing an employee as equal to the employee's annual salary. If a company with 300 employees experiences a 10 percent voluntary attrition rate annually and the average yearly salary is $50,000, that is a loss of $1.5 million every 12 months. Leaving a company for a better position is not the main reason why employees resign. In fact, employees are four times more likely to leave a job because of something going on in the office than for an outside opportunity. If you would like to know why and how to avoid voluntary employee attrition, join us to get the answers and learn how to plug up the money drain in your company!
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Human Resources Management : Human Resources Management