Human Resource Management (Available Titles Coursemate)

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Lisa: Will this help you? This gives the case and then the answers - also explains how to get the answers. All you have to do is give your response to the two questions and copy this information into your post. There are some websites that help you understand the calculation. Turnover Exercise – Due Day 4 in the Discussion Area Situation: Senior management is concerned about the turnover of employees and is considering adding a tuition program in order to stimulate retention. As the HR Manager for your organization you have been asked to provide the senior management team with turnover costings for the highest turnover positions in the organization. You should show your calculations so they will better understand the process of how to calculate turnover and analyze the factors involved. Review the information below and then answer the questions that follow (place your response in the discussion area – do not forget to respond to other students). There are websites listed below to help assist you with a better idea regarding how turnover costs are calculated. Here is the information for calculating and areas to think about when you are preparing calculation: Determine whether your company's turnover calculation will include employees who left the company voluntarily, employees whom your company let go or both. Discuss the matter with your human resources department for guidance. Try to determine what your company hopes to accomplish with its calculation of turnover rate. Include all employees who left for any reason in
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