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Employee Turnover Fault Tree

Employee Turnover Fault Tree

Employee Turnover

Employee Entry

Employee Leaving

Employee Change

Influence

Recruitment

Getting Familiar

Study New Work

Influences

Reasons

Company Leak

Waste Money

Project Delay

Others Work More

Company Layoff

Resign

Unsatisfied

New Oppotunity

Personal Ability Can not Develop

Bad Relationship with Others

Two much Work Pressure

Unsatisfied with Salary

Fail to Get Recognized

Project Team Built

Inter Personnel Adjustment

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publish time: 2021-06-04
Lisa Anderson

Use the below fault tree analysis (FTA) template to create the employee turnover diagram. As the below image suggests, employee turnover refers to the number or percentage of workers who leave an organization and are replaced by new employees. Measuring employee turnover can be helpful to employers that want to examine reasons for turnover or estimate the cost-to-hire for budget purposes. The increasing turnover rates are a positive sign of a strong job market, but several ways may have a negative sign. This can be analyzed by understanding an FTA. As the fault tree diagram suggests, company leaks, waste money, delay in projects, unsatisfied clients/employees, and company layoff can cause a negative effect on a company’s policy.

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