Stop Painful New-Hire Turnover – By Identifying Candidates That Will Quit (A checklist for screening out flight-risks)

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38% of new hires quit, yet no one attempts to identify the candidates that are likely to quit.

Which is puzzling. Because I have found that you can predict (with up to 70% accuracy) which candidates will quit during their first year.

Article Descriptors| Recruiting /Retention – A Checklist Of New-Hire Stay Factors – 4 Min.

What Are “Stay Factors”? 

This prediction accuracy is possible because there are what I call “stay factors” (some call them “sticky factors” because an employee sticks to the job). That, when present, helps to predict whether a candidate will stay after they are hired.

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