The State of Employee Retention Report

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HR leaders! Keeping your employees happy and engaged is essential for a thriving organisation.

So that’s why we’ve produced our own 2023 State of Employee Retention Report with:

  • Insights from 200 UK organisations on employee retention drivers
  • Data-backed tips to create a thriving workplace
  • Strategies for attracting and retaining top talent ahead of competitors

Access these insights now and delve into factors such as culture, benefits, career progression, leadership and wellbeing – create a better employee experience and retain your top talent. 

What’s included:

Our report provides in-depth analysis of the state of employee retention for 2023 including:

The top 5 sectors for employee retention rates have seen change over the last 2 years.

Top 5 key findings:

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1. Year-on-year retention rates dropped for most remote-based businesses.

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2. The professional service sector saw the biggest drop in retention rates year-on-year but remained among the top performing sectors for employee retention.

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3. Organisations that prioritised talent attraction and retention as part of their HR strategy achieved a positive retention rate.

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4. In terms of company size, organisations with 5,001 to 10,000 employees had the poorest retention rates.

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5. Career progression was cited as the number one reason for employees leaving their jobs in the past year.

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Download our report to find the top reasons why people stay or leave an organisation, and gain a deeper understanding of what really matters to your people.