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    Default Retention & Turnover

    Hi I currently track our employee turnover and retention on a monthly basis. I now need to do it annually but I seem to be having trouble with it making sense. Can anyone please help with the formula you use in your company for this information.

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    Wouldn't it be:

    (Number of staff the resigned during the year / Current number of staff) * 100 = percentage turnover.

    Bulls.

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