Discover How to Calculate Your Turnover, and How It's Impacting Your Organization

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The catastrophic cost of turnover averages $235,975 per employee

Immediate Actions to Reduce Your Turnover Cost

Remember the cost of turnover isn't just when they walk out the door. It includes the impact on productivity, KPI's, leadership, engagement, and culture.  These costs show up months, even years, before they resign. 

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Organizations that make people a top priority will win the war for talent. Ben hits the mark on how to get to the winning side.

Former CHRO, Dollar General & Chair for the Tennessee Workforce Development Board

Bob Ravener

Ben provides a needed perspective. The belief that employees are fungible is dispelled  by sound logic and good math on the cost of losing key resources.

COO, Polartec

Doug McBurney

Ben does an excellent  job of articulating the true financial cost of turnover.

CFO, Heath Solutions

Paige Oldham