IMPACT CALCULATOR

Take action on turnover and disengagement

But first, find out how much they’re costing your company — and the employee experience.

When it comes to measuring the success of your HR programs, participation is just the beginning. If you want to address the heart of the matter, you need to focus on how your well-being program impacts engagement, retention and the overall employee experience.

Ready to take action? Start by calculating how much turnover and disengagement are costing your company today.

Cost of turnover

# of employees


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Input your company’s total number of employees.

Turnover rate

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If you know your company’s unique turnover rate, use it here. See calculation note 1 for more details.

Average salary


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Input the average employee salary at your company. We’ll use 75% of that to represent the cost of turnover. See calculation note 2 for more details.

Result

$2,949,375

This is what turnover costs you annually.

Calculation notes:

  1. The .22 turnover rate preset (or 22%) reflects the average turnover rate nationally.3
  2. The average employee salary preset represents the cost of replacement: approximately 75% of an employee’s annual salary, a figure calculated by SHRM.4

The impact of turnover

In 2018 alone, it’s estimated that 42 million people, or one in four, left jobs.1 But turnover is preventable — by focusing on the employee experience, employers can reduce turnover. Care is a great place to start.

Turnover is 3x higher for employees who don’t participate in the Limeade program vs. those who do.2

Cost of disengagement

# of employees


X

Input your company’s total number of employees.

Disengagement rate

X

If you know your company’s unique disengagement rate, use it here. See calculation note 1 for more details.

Average salary


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Input the average employee salary at your company. We’ll use 34% of that to represent the cost of disengagement. See calculation note 2 for more details.

Result

$1,033,175

This is what disengagement costs you annually.

Calculation notes:

  1. The .17 disengagement rate preset (or 17%) reflects average disengagement nationally.7
  2. The average salary preset represents the cost of disengagement: approximately 34% of an employee’s annual salary, calculated by Gallup.8 For the purposes of this calculator, we’re measuring the cost of disengagement based on an individual’s salary. A more complete estimate would also include the impact on the productivity and engagement of employees affected by the disengaged employee.

The impact of disengagement

When employees have high well-being and organizational support, they’re more engaged.5 It’s simple, and it makes a difference for your business. When companies focus on improving well-being and providing the experience employees are looking for, engagement follows.

80% of Limeade users are engaged at work.6

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