Zero Retention

What would happen to the HR Director who had to report zero percent retention over a three-year period? Add to this scenario that this is zero retention from a global workforce of 50,000 working from hundreds of offices spread over 84 countries and territories – and you have what most people would understandably say is a bit of a problem.

This situation, however, is one that is not only accepted, but thrived upon by one 50-year-old organisation that is a recognised leader in its field.

This “Zero Retention” Case Study was written to stimulate thinking about how knowledge and talent flow in and through organisations.

Please download the case study using the link on the left.