Are your employees a flight risk?

Global firms are facing a talent exodus as world economies return to growth.

Our latest global research ‘Preparing for take off’ predicts that as labor markets revive, we can expect staff turnover to increase. Organizations need to start thinking now about how to secure the long-term commitment of their workers. Failure to create the right environment will encourage disgruntled employees to take off in search of better conditions.
 

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Employee retention research video

Download an executive summary of the research here

Download an executive summary of the research here

Global firms are facing a talent exodus as world economies return to growth. Growth is expected to pick up over 2013 and 2014 – we can expect labor markets to revive and staff turnover to increase More

Employee retention factsheet

Employee retention factsheet

Retention is going to be one of the biggest issues to hit organizations in the next five years. Learn how Hay Group’s suite of online HR tools help you address the retention challenge in two important stages. More


Key findings

As economic and labor conditions improve employees around the world present a significant flight risk

Worldwide employee turnover set to spike in 2014, reaching 23.4 per cent by 2018

Some 161.7m employees are preparing for take-off

Retention is key concern for organizations and requires immediate action

Our analysis reveals key drivers of retention: reward, direction, development, support and autonomy.


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