Together with Leif Denti, lecturer and researcher at the University of Gothenburg, we have compiled insights from more than 600 international research studies to identify the factors that most strongly predict two outcome variables: employee turnover and sickness absence.
THE RESEARCH BEHIND WINNINGTEMP'S SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE
We have identified 60 factors divided into 9 categories that are important to keep track of, amongst other things, to predict staff turnover and sick leave.
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