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Bayt.com Infographic: Employee Retention in the MENA Workplace

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February 24, 2013

Are people today more likely to quit their jobs today compared to professionals of previous generations? Which department typically has a hard time retaining employees? On average, how long do professionals prefer to stay with their current company?

Answers to all these questions and more can be found in our latest infographic, which draws data gathered from Bayt.com's ‘Employee Retention in the MENA Workplace’ poll (February 2013).

Highlights:

  • • Sales and marketing professionals are seen as having the highest turnover rate according to 43.9% respondents.
  • • 27.7% of respondents say they have been in the same job for two to five years.
  • • Fresh graduates and entry level professionals are perceived to be the easiest to retain according to 43.5%.
  • • Fear of being fired is the number 1 reason that professionals quit (according to 44.7%).

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1. mohamad lbatalchokran 3la hadihi alas2oliya
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