Monitoring turnover and new hires

A certain turnover rate is needed to bring new people with new skills into the business to drive innovation and a fresh approach while maintaining a certain level of continuity. In 2016, the global turnover rate for the manufacturing and distribution industry stood at 10.1% for voluntary turnover and 16% in terms of total turnover.1 Our global voluntary and involuntary (total) turnover rate for 2018 was 6.81% (2017: 5.85%).

Total turnover rate (voluntary-and-involuntary) | Graph

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Voluntary turnover in numbers by gender and age category

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Voluntary turnover in numbers by gender and age category

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Involuntary turnover in numbers by gender and age category

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Involuntary turnover in numbers by gender and age category

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New hires (internal and external)

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New hires (internal and external)

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