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View the latest results of the Employee Retention Index


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The Eagle Hill Consulting Employee Retention Index decreased in Q4 to 94.5.

This continues the Index’s decline since Q1, signaling that U.S. workers are increasingly likely to leave their jobs in the next six months.


The Organizational Confidence indicator, which tracks workers’ confidence in their employer, fell to 93.3.

The Culture indicator, based on workers’ assessment of their workplace culture, fell to 95.3. 

The Compensation indicator, which measures workers’ perceptions of present and future earning potential, rebounded and rose to 97.7.


And the Job Market Opportunity indicator, based on workers’ perceptions of the job market, remains unchanged at 98.2.

Though the Retention Index signals increasing attrition in the months ahead, there is some good news: the indicators where workers feel most pessimistic, namely organizational culture and confidence, are also the two areas where employers can most readily intervene and drive positive impact. Want to know more about the Employee Retention Index? Let’s talk.

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