High staff turnover costing business £4billion

High staff turnover costing business £4billion

The cost to British businesses of bringing in new staff is at least £4.13 billion – as new staff don’t reach peak productivity for eight months, according to new research.

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Comments (1)

  • charles Hines
    charles Hines
    Wed, 26 Feb 2014 8:22pm GMT
    Why is this unusual? Working population are not robots. 8 months for executive post adjustment is normal. It would be shorter if experienced staff were able to leave their desks/workplace and assist-more interest and incentive for them (motivates), and encouraging for the new staff member. Both go back to their desk/workplace more motivated to contribute and be aware of firm's immediate requirements from them. Mutual profit producing exercise.

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