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What is employee turnover?

Employee turnover is defined as the number of employees that leave a particular organisation during a given period of time.

Employees sometimes voluntarily leave the organisation in search of better benefits including, higher financial security.

A high employee turnover can be a huge expense incurred by organisations in replacement hires and potential skill gaps!

Turnover %

Employees who leaves

Average number of employees


Here’s a simple formula to calculate your employee turnover

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Total number of employees

Average Monthly Salary at your organisation

Current employee attrition rate

Estimated annual savings on:

Savings in turnover cost

Savings from lost productivity

Impact on your bottom line

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The cost of hiring a new employee is more than retaining an existing one, and this is not just limited to the higher salary offered to new recruits! The HR resources and time involved in hiring a new employee are often overlooked while calculating the savings on employee retention. Most calculations only consider the savings on negotiated salary and perks, whilst keeping the costs of recruitment, acquisition, and opportunity constant.Using a tool such as an employee retention savings calculator can help evaluate capital saved quickly and easily.
Attrition replacement cost is the amount incurred while hiring a new employee as a replacement for an exiting employee. In simple terms, it is the cost of hiring an employee.
Attrition replacement cost can be easily calculated through a unified formula. Before moving to the formula, it is essential to factor in a few metrics:
Average attrition rate determines the total number of employees that have left the company in a specific time period.

This is the average monthly salary of the resource that is to be replaced. Through this metric, the new employee’s monetary ask can be evaluated.

Either of the following metrics can be used for determining the attrition replacement cost %:

1.Average cost incurred in the previous year for hiring an employee’s replacement + inflation ‍
2.An industry standard published in a credible whitepaper ‍

To calculate the attrition replacement cost, the following formula can be considered:
Recruitment cost for hiring a new employee
= [(Attrition Replacement Cost %) X (Average Daily Salary) X 356]

Average Attrition Rate: 20%

Average Daily Salary: ₹700

Attrition Replacement Cost: 50%

Recruitment cost for hiring a new employee

= [(Attrition replacement cost %) X (Average Daily Salary) X 356]

= [(50 %) X (700) X 356]

= ₹1,27,750

The workforce is the most abundant and expensive resource for any company. That’s why it’s a common business practice to evaluate the investment in human capital and derive results accordingly.

Calculating the savings from employee retention can help businesses make better resource management decisions. By evaluating the industry/previous years’ recruitment costs, businesses can underwrite a cap to the efforts required for retaining employees, leading to smarter investment planning and growth prediction.