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Apple Struggles with Staff Retention, but Research is Questionable

  • Research from Resume.io claims Apple has the shortest average retention of staff at 1.7 years
  • Apple has been paying out up to $200,000 in stock bonuses to select engineers in an attempt to increase retention
  • Research methodology is questionable as it relies on data from individuals on LinkedIn

Retention of staff is a major concern for many companies, with Apple being no exception. Recent research from Resume.io claims that Apple has the shortest average retention of staff at 1.7 years in the United States. In an attempt to raise these figures, Apple has been paying out up to $200,000 in stock bonuses to select engineers.

However, the research methodology is questionable as it relies heavily on data from individuals on LinkedIn. It is up to those individuals to post their information accurately, and many may not have an account or keep it updated in the first place. Furthermore, those who have been with Apple for a long time and intend to stay do not have a reason to join the platform or update their profile. This means that the data does not accurately reflect the situation at Apple and other companies. Additionally, the research includes people who are working in retail, an industry well-known for high staff turnover.

Ultimately, Apple may be having retention issues, but the research from Resume.io has its flaws and fails to consider the full picture.

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