Employee testing can affect employee turnover

Oftentimes, high employee turnover indicates poor supervision, incompetent employee coaching, inferior work-life balance, excessive workload, and high workplace stress.

Others claim it can also be associated with external variables, such as an employee’s involvement in family conflict.

However, high employee turnover may also be a result of the company’s failure to properly assess new hires, existing workers, and previously injured returning workers. Failure to properly measure employees’ aptitude for performing work duties might result to employing workers unsuitable for the job. This in turn would prompt higher turnover, which negatively affects the company’s productivity and profitability.

At WorkSTEPS, we are committed to providing reliable programs that help to accurately measure your workers’ capabilities for performing workplace tasks and help decrease turnover. Call us at (512) 617-4100 to learn more about how our WorkSTEPS programs can be beneficial for your company.

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