## Managerial vs. individual contributor retention

Refers to the rate of employee retention for managerial and individual contributor population.

Calculation rate:

1. choose time frame
2. identify the number of employees working at the start of chosen time frame
3. identify the number of employees who left during the chosen time frame
4. correlate each employee with a category: manager or individual contributor
5. for each category calculate the retention formula

Example:

Time frame: 1st of January to 31st of March

Employees working at the start of the time frame: 100 out of which

1. 40 are managers
2. 60 are individual contributors

Employees who left in the time frame: 10 out of which

1. 4 are managers
2. 6 are individual contributors

Managerial retention rate = ((40 - 4)/40) x 100 = 90%

Individual contributor retention rate = ((60 - 6)/60) x 100 = 90%

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