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Voice of the HR Profession: “Charts and Graphs are Hard to Follow”

 In early August, our Director of Marketing reached out to the Editor of a well-known online magazine.  They are described as one of the leading voices in the HR profession that serves human resource leaders and professionals.  (We agree). We approached them offering two high value, well-received articles that use an analytics approach to understand employee attrition.  These articles described how to calculate the true cost of employee attrition, how to identify where the largest costs are and how to think about, map and visualize how attrition plays out in an organization. Understanding and visualizing real attrition cost can often

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