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    You have some very good ideas in your suggestions about analyzing turnover. Are you conducting this survey with former employees, current employees, or as exit interviews? Would you put a different spin on it depending on the employee's current status?

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    I would conduct the survey with all three categories, since each segment offers a different perspective on the situation. Former employees would have had the ability to have a break from the situation and reflect on issues. They also might have some suggestions based on their current employment. Current employees are likely to be aware of issues and eager to have a solution. They want to be happy in their job. Employees in exit interviews are leaving, so they obviously are part of the turnover problem and can give an explanation. In each case, I would ask the questions directly, with the understanding that the organization was interested in reducing turnover and wanted the person's feedback. Typically "employee surveys get a 70 to 90 percent response rate" (Donnelly, n/d). The more people you can survey, the greater amount of feedback you will receive, which will help to formulate a plan to reduce turnover.

    Donnelley, T. (n/d). How to Get Feedback from Employees. Inc. Retrieved from http://www.inc.com/guides/2010/08/how-to-get-feedback-from-employees.html.

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