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  1. 1. EMPLOYEE TURNOVER SEQUENCE:  Definition  Measuring of turnover  Types of turnover  Reason why an employee leave the organization  Effect of an organization its employee leave
  2. 2. Definition: Employee turnover is a movement of members across the boundary of an organization.
  3. 3. Measuring Of Turnover: Turnover = Number Of Staff Leaving Per Year * 100 Average Number Of Staff
  4. 4. Types Of Turnover:  Voluntary turnover  Involuntary turnover  Functional turnover  Dysfunctional turnover  Controllable turnover  Uncontrollable turnover
  5. 5. Voluntary Turnover Involuntary Turnover  Employees leave by choice.  Termination for poor  Voluntary turnover also appears performance.  Work rule violations to increase with the size of an organization.  Most likely due to larger firms having more employee who may move the more impersonal nature of organization  Organizational bureaucracy
  6. 6. Functional Turnover  Lower performance or disruptive employees. Dysfunctional Turnover  High performers leave the organization at critical time
  7. 7. Controllable Turnover  It occurs due to factors that could be influenced by the employer Uncontrollable Turnover  Occur for reasons out side the impact 0f the employer
  8. 8. Reasons Why An Employee Leave The Organization  Monetary factors  Lack of good working condition  No flexible work schedule  Lack of respect  Very few supportive colleagues  Organization is more concern towards business
  9. 9.  Increase in favoritisms  Employee need pride in where they work and what they do  Lack of challenges in jobs  The job or work place was as expected  The mismatch between job in person  To little coaching and feedback
  10. 10. Effect Of An Organization Of Its Employee Leave  Loss of productivity  Replacing qualified employees.  Lowering moral and confidence  Cost of over time and temporary help  Recreating cost  Interviewing cost  Time spent in orientation