Of the client-related healthcare professionals who leave their organisation, more than eighty percent want to (continue to) work in the sector in the future. This is shown by the first figures of the national outflow survey in cooperation with RegionPlus. As the main reason for choosing another job, they say they are ready for a new step. Almost three-quarters of the staff who left the company continue to work in the Care and Welfare sector.Read more "First results of outflow research: 4 out of 5 want to (continue to) work in the care sector in the future.
From now on, Graydon makes international use of the Exit Analytics Solution of Presearch. Exit Analytics automates the feedback process when the employee leaves and is now integrated into the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
American retailer Zappos offers new employees at the end of their training course a bonus of one month's salary to leave the organisation. Amazon goes a step further and offers all permanent employees up to $5,000 a year to pack their belongings.1. But why?
By offering a bonus to the leaving the organization will be staff turnover among unmotivated employees encouraged. Both Zappos and Amazon are convinced that in the long run term pays off to say goodbye to relatively underperforming workers in order to have a strong team. And that idea isn't just out of the blue grabbed. Research shows that there is an optimal rate of displacement.
But what exactly is staff turnover? How can you optimize your personnel policy to achieve the right outflow rate? to pursue? And what costs play a role after staff turnover?Read more "What is staff turnover? And what is a good expiration rate? "