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Tags: TOMA ANDREEA ALEXANDRA , TUDOR CAIUS-CIPRIAN , fluctuation indexes , organizational structure , labour market , staff turnover rate , reduction of fluctuation indexes.

THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONNEL FLUCTUATION ANALYSIS - CASE STUDY

Master of Arts students:
TOMA ANDREEA ALEXANDRA, TUDOR CAIUS-CIPRIAN

Abstract
Our case study is centered on BIP Group, a Romanian company that was founded in 2004. The required number of operators increased continuously from 2009 to 2011 in the BIP Group. Fluctuation indexes show extensive "maneuvers" among these employees within those three years, but in 2011 this kind of staff fluctuations had decreased to an acceptable level: 3 fixed positions in 2009; If operator = 66.67% 4 fixed positions in 2010; If operator = 75%; 6 fixed positions in 2011; If operator = 16.67%. The results shows that in order to obtain reduction of fluctuation indexes down to normal levels, in all the departments of BIP Group has to be made the followings: increase in the number of project managers up to 5 or 6; improving the pay scale for supervisors; regular discussions about the company's development strategies in order to prevent the feelings of uncertainty in trainers; continuous growth of wages, in the rhythm imposed by the inflation rates, for all members of personnel.


Keywords: fluctuation indexes, organizational structure, labour market, staff turnover rate, reduction of fluctuation indexes.
 

 

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