Turnover: Responding to labor disruption

Data-driven insights on turnover from PwC’s annual Saratoga Benchmarking Report

Labor disruption is having an impact on business talent strategy. Many employees are remaining in the workforce and are simply leaving positions for jobs with better pay, benefits, opportunities for growth — or all the above. Employers are realizing that filling positions internally can help them avoid costs related to losing staff and filling vacancies. How can you maintain a competitive advantage in today’s labor market? Access to industry-leading workforce analytics and data can help. Saratoga has the HR and talent benchmarking insights to help you see how you compare against your peers.

Explore insights from this year’s Saratoga benchmarking report: Turnover: Responding to labor disruption to learn more about:

  • Turnover rates by industry –– and the varying impact of labor disruption across employee groups
  • How organizations ramped up talent acquisition efforts to respond to massive turnover spikes
  • What companies can do to avoid filling positions too quickly, which can lead to employee “regrets”
  • The importance of understanding expectations and getting a regular pulse check on your employees’ and candidates’ preferences — and some tools you can use
  • How your organization can use benchmarking and workforce analytics to better understand employee concerns, inform talent strategies and help reduce workforce churn

Saratoga benchmarking analysis covers 15+ industries with hundreds of HR metrics. Get peer comparisons and inspiration for your talent strategies around engagement, recruiting and retention so you can aim to stay ahead of the trends amid labor disruption –– and beyond.

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