From "kamalakar" : Is there any difference between Employee Attrition rate and Employee Turnover rate? How to calculcate Employee Turnover rate?
8th November 2011 From United States, Cambridge

avinashudm 2
Dear Kamalkar,
Please find below the Attrition Rate Calculation :
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No.of Attrition X 100 /
Actual No. of Employees + Newly Joined Employees /
100
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Thanks & Regards,
Avinash Kumar.K
10th November 2011 From India, Bangalore
M.Kamalarathinam
Dear Sir,
Mr.D.Kumar's formula is easy to findout, but based on Mr.Avinash Kumar's sirs I am not getting correct result.
Best Regards,
Kamalarathinam.M
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10th November 2011 From India, Coimbatore
kannanmv 221
Dear Kamalakar,
The following formula is being used by us for calculating attrition in our company.
April 2011 - Employee strength - 100
Employee left - 2
Attrition % - 2/100 X 100 = 2%
May 2011 - Employee Strength - 104
Average Employee Strength - 100 + 104/2 = 102 (April Strength + May Strength)
Employee left - 2
Total Attrition - 2 + 2 = 4 (April Attrition + May Attrition)
Attrition % - 4/102 X 100 = 3.92%
You have to eventually add up the total exits month after month and divide it by the average strength and then calculate the percentage.
Employee turnover rate and attrition to my knowledge are one and the same.
Regards
M.V.KANNAN
10th November 2011 From India, Madras
kamalselva
1. i like to know the information about the difference between turnover and productvity
2. what is the relation between turnover and attrition and how to calculate
3. what is the relation between productivity and attrition and how to calculate
4. can i get the information about the turnover loss and productivity loss due to attrition rate
11th November 2011 From India, Madras
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