Can you afford to lose half your workforce?

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Research conducted by us* has revealed that a whopping 50% of employed people want to leave their job in the next 12 months.

London looks to be the worst hit area with more than two thirds of workers wanting to up sticks and leave, with West Midlands a not-too-distant second.

With the average cost of recruitment coming in at a staggering £30,000, there’s a hefty price tag attached to the turnover – but that’s not all.

From morale and productivity slumps, to potential reputational and recruitment damages, there’s a lot to be lost alongside the employees themselves.

We delved a little deeper into the minds of those looking to leave their current employer, to find out what’s pushing them out of the door, and what’s most important to them when job hunting.

The cost of employee turnover

*3gem questioned a nationally representative sample of 2,000 working adults aged 18 and over between 11th and 14th July 2017.

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