Dissatisfaction; new job opportunities; poor attendance; layoffs—sound familiar? Find out how your organization’s turnover reasons compare with the top turnover trends of 2013.
Using real employment and income data, UST’s claims administrator was able to compile a list 2013 turnover statistics:
- Over 48 million employees left their jobs last year
- The national turnover rate was 43%
- The state with the highest turnover rate was Alaska, at 57.7%
- Nearly 40% had worked at their organizations for less than 6 months
- Layoffs made up nearly 1/4 of turnover, which was a 3.5% decrease compared to 2012
- Voluntary turnover increased by 3.5%, with nearly 60% of turnover being voluntary
The following chart breaks down the leading voluntary and involuntary separation reasons from 2013:
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