When we think about high employee turnover, often times, as leaders, our first reaction is to look at the leader under whom they reported. We want to find easily identifiable issues that require only a little work (if any) to uncover that will explain why and what we can do to correct a high turnover situation. We're all looking for the simple answer sometimes, we can admit it!
The reality is, often times you really need to look deep into the data to understand the underlying issues and find correlations that point to why turnover is high (and conversely why people stick around).
Affinix Analytics can help with that. Getting to the heart of the problem happens a lot faster with stronger analytical tools, and Affinix Analytics can make that difficult task a lot easier so you can take quicker action to address these turnover warnings before they become reality.
The most important thing to do is NOT make gut-based assumptions. There are so many reasons that correlate to high turnover. Don't assume it's the managers or their inability to select talent. Dig into some data and figure out when and where the turnover rate took a nosedive. What happened during that time? Validate the findings with the employees and involve them in making course corrections.