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Exit Interview is the best solution to understand the employees actual problem.. Also have an informal enquiry on the department heads about their movement with the employees. Because they are the one who are close them on behalf of the management. Hence if they are not good even the management whatever they provide will not give them to stay when they have no peace of life.. Hence department head may be the problem for everybody. Keep an eye on them

""Exit Interview is the best solution to understand the employees actual problem""
One should remember that during exit interview employee may not give true reasons for exit.
So conclusion purely out of exit interviews may not be correct.

From India, Pune
This is Bangalore, and textile. They don't need experience certificates .....
I suspect most just walk off after salary and don't report for work.
So, exit interviews is unlikely to actually happen.

From India, Mumbai
The normal average employee turnover worldwide is @ 5% of the total workforce population in a business organization.
There are many factors that influence and/ or have impact on this matter. But, the most significant factor is compensation related.
Try benchmarking your current salary rates with that of the industry market median rates in your area and see how close or how FAR your rates are to the market median. If your rates are way below the market median, then present your case to top management if they want to address your problem.
Best regards.

From Philippines, Parañaque
Dear Colleague,
Conducting exit interviews of those who have already left would be perhaps difficult.
May be you do it systematically for new exits.
But from experience it is generally well known that the workers quit job for several of the following reasons :
1 Better salary
2. proximity of the workplace from residence
3.Dislike boss
4 Insecurity of permanency
5 Addiction to alchohol, gambling or drugs leading to
indebtedness or ill -health
6.Loan repayment
Above is not exhaustive list but illustrative and can focused on next round of exit interviews to ascertain true reasons.
Vinayak Nagarkar

From India, Mumbai
The seniors here are correct, also i would like to suggest a point here that,hire matured person at first place. rest all the things will fall in place.
the concern now here is it has shoot up to 19% hence hiring should be filtered firstly.

From India, Kalyan
Dear Friend,
It is not rocket science or magic to reduce attrition % in garment industry or any other.
Based on employment practice and other factors as well, attrition % will be varied.
Thanks & Rgds

From India, Delhi

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