The workplace factors that drive attrition – lessons for investors

Julia Asri Meigh, Head of ESG and Macro Research (New York)

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The rate of workforce resignations has steadily increased since the 2007/08 financial crisis. Predicting attrition has never been more critical – excessive turnover can harm business performance as it impedes productivity, increases operational costs, and reduces company morale. In this report, we summarise a study that identifies the key drivers of attrition using alternative data sources.  


We summarize the study

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