Turnover Calculators

by Marcianne Kuethen
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Turnover Calculators

Knowing the cost of losing and then replacing an employee will help you determine how much you can afford to invest in keeping them. It will also help you analyze whether your investment in keeping your employees is adding to your bottom line. This page offers over ten links to various turnover calculators for your use.


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