Turnover Matrix

Voluntary, After One Year

When employees decide to leave after the first year, it is typically because they do not see a career path for themselves. Employees want to be developed and they also want to know there are growth opportunities and a future ahead for them. If they do not see the possibilities or believe that the organization and manager are not thinking about what is next for them, then they have little reason to stay. Instead, these employees use the next job for movement and a guaranteed career progression.
Another reason employees leave after the first year is due to a forced progression. We have all heard the phrases “churn and burn” or “up or out.” This language is used to reflect a culture that typically ...

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