Lower Turnover...

49%      For Low Turnover Cos.


25%    For Hi Turnover Cos.

 50%   Fewer Safety Incidents

 27%     Less Shrinkage

    37%    Lower Absenteeism


    18%      Higher  Productivity

12%     Higher Customer Metrics

16%       Higher Profitability

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RETURN ON INVESTMENT FOR SATISFIED EMPLOYEES 


Companies with a 9:1 Ratio of Engaged to actively Non-Engaged Employees Have

147%HIGHER EARNINGS PER SHARE


Companies with only a 3:1 Ratio of Engaged to Actively Non-Engaged Employees 

2% LOWER Earnings Per SHARE than their competitors


COST OF EMPLOYEE TURNOVER*

Turnover Median Cost : 20%* - 213%**Employee's Compensation Package

                  * Includes individuals earning less then $75,000
                  ** Over $75,000 (Senior Execs & High Paying Positions)


Average Turnover  Cost for Employee Earning:

        $8.00 per hour: $5,500.00 - $9,500

        $50,000 annually: $50,000 - $125,000

        $50-75,000 annually: $5,000 - 22,500


Average Range: 20%-213% of Employee's                                  Compensation Package

* Direct and Indirect Costs include...

              Severance Package

              Higher Unemployment Insurance

              Administrative & Operational Expenses

              Recruitment Fees

              New Hire's Training & On Boarding

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TURNOVER

40% of Companies Report Difficulty Retaining Critical Skilled Employees


‚ÄčAverage Annual Turnover Rate : 11-37%*

* rate varies depending on for-profit industry

"Oh, you hate your job?  Why didn't you say so?

There's a support group for that.

It's called everybody, and they meet at the bar."

                                                Drew Carey

HOURS WORKED


Americans work more than the English, French, Germans, Chinese, Indians, etc.


11 million Americans work more than 59 hours a week.  85% of men work and 66% of women more than 40 hours a week.


We spend 2x more time at or getting to work than at home: 7.9 hours @ work vs 4.0 hours @ home

HOUSE WORK & LEISURE TIME


Most time at home involves doing household activities 

(2.6  hours for women, 2.1 for men). (housework, cooking, lawn care, or financial and other household management)


Leisure Activity (watching TV, socializing, or exercising) averages 4 hours a day. Watching TV was the leisure activity that occupied the most time (2.8 hours per day).


Primary childcare averages less than 1 hour a day for parents with children between ages of 6 - 17 and 2 hours for less than 6 yrs of age.

COST OF JOB DISSATISFACTION


BOTTOM LINE COSTS TO BUSINESS

Higher Medical Premiums

Costly labor disputes (e.g. strikes)

Higher Employee Recruitment Costs

Higher Turnover

Customer Dissatisfaction

Lower Quality of Care for Customers & Patients





EMOTIONAL COSTS TO EMPLOYEES

Stress

Lower Morale

Burnout -- emotional exhaustion

Anxiety & Depression

Self-Esteem

Relationship Conflict + Higher Dissatisfaction




HEALTH CONSEQUENCES

Work dissatisfaction negatively impacts your health

Adds pounds--5 lbs

2x as likely to have heart attack or stroke

Less Sex

JOB SATISFACTION

80% of Americans are Dissatisfied with their jobs; 52% are not engaged; 18% disengaged

30% are Enthusiastic & Committed


43% of your Job Satisfaction comes from your beliefs, expectations, emotions & other variables within your control.

 Know Your Why

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PRODUCTIVITY


Working more than 40 hours per week actually

decreases productivity. The U.S. has the highest

productivity per person of all countries including

China, India, Mexico & Europe.


Productivity in U.S. has increased 400% since

1950  but we're still working long hours & both

spouses now work to maintain same level of living.


U.S. has lowest # of paid vacation days of

industrial nations.

JOB SEARCH

32% of Americans want to find a new job.


What is the # Jobs Americans have before age of 40?                                      (Answer: 10)

FACTOIDS

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