Tenure profile of new entrants
Explore the tenure profile of new entrants
Tenure, or retention within the sector, is the first and key measure of success we follow of new entrants. Tenure is the number of years new entrants go on to work within the sector, we break new entrants into four groups based upon this; those who accumulate less than one year of tenure, between one and two years, three and four, and five years or more years of tenure. We mark tenure as our key measure of success as it describes satisfaction from the employees perspective, and retention from the industries perspective will add value over time with the experience the employees accumulate.
Out of each new entrant groups career changes and returning kiwis have the highest tenure profile with the exception of secondary school leavers within in the construction industry.
We investigate how the background of new entrants correlate with tenure in the following articles:
- How demographics correlate with retention
- How qualifications correlate with retention
- How work history correlates with retention
- How history of residing address correlates with retention
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