Employee Flight Risk Index
While the economy is still in a state of flux and job creation is a political hot-button item, some of your best employees may be headed for the exit doors. This is especially true for high-potential and high-performing employees. Some studies suggest that over half of all employees will look for a new job when the economy improves and that as many as two thirds of top performers may already be looking. (According to latest news reports, this is already happening.) Are you prepared for this flight risk?
Xerox and Buck Consultants, A Xerox Company, are establishing a new and recurring survey that will help gauge your company’s “flight risk” vulnerability, as well as your organization’s strengths and emerging problem areas with regard to impending turnover, as identified by your employee participants.
What’s in it for you?
As a participating company, you will receive a complimentary, individualized report of your organization’s own results in the fall of 2012, as well as the broader report to assess how your company’s own level of “flight risk” compares to your peers. As an added bonus, Buck Consultants, is also offering interested employers (at participant request) a complimentary, hour long one-on-one discussion with an experienced HR consultant to review your individual results and examine emerging trends as well as potential problem areas among your workforce that should be considered key contributors to your company’s flight risk.
Where do you sign on?
You may register for the Employee Flight Risk Index survey by clicking the link.
Now for the housekeeping portion of my post: my name is Diane Dobish and I am a manager with Global Identity Marketing at Buck Consultants. The opinions expressed here are my own, and do not necessarily represent Buck’s positions, strategies, or ideas.