Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
Why do exit surveys matter? Studies by TNS Employee Insights show that high voluntary turnover is costly; and when left unchecked, it reduces productivity, efficiency and morale. Ultimately this impacts the bottom-line of an organization. Aiming to lead its clients to higher performance and growth, TNS will be hosting a one-hour, complimentary roundtable discussion titled, Exit Surveys, Exit Benchmarking and Global Panel Data on Friday, June 22 at 1:00 p.m. CDT.
In this roundtable, the TNS Senior Consulting Team will identify the key drivers of employee turnover which include exploring topics ranging from explanations of why expectations were not met, low levels of trust and confidence in senior management, a lack of coaching and feedback, limited growth and advancement opportunities, and a failure to properly recognize employees. All of these are prevalent factors in organizations across the globe and impact customer satisfaction levels.
Given such cost considerations, exit surveys yield a significant return on investment. By proactively researching the reasons as to why employees leave, business leaders are able to gain actionable results to create targeted turnover solutions.
Other industry professionals will join in the conversation with TNS to provide valuable insights into how exit surveys have affected the bottom line of their organizations and how it has helped produce actionable results. The goal of these roundtables is to utilize TNS knowledge and expertise to provide helpful hints for maximizing survey results, and to link exit survey data to employee survey results in order to determine how employee engagement is impacting turnover.