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Summary

  • In 2022 a total of 575 employees started working at Portsmouth City Council and 699 left the organisation
  • Starters were spread fairly evenly across 2022 unlike 2021 where April and May were particularly busy months for new starters
  • September saw a particularly high number of leavers, again not a pattern seen in 2021
  • The top reasons for leaving are for career development and retiring, aside from resignations for other reasons

Number of starters and leavers by month

2022

This chart shows that for 2022:
In January there were 67 starters and 58 leavers
In February there were 38 starters and 37 leavers
In March there were 56 starters and 63 leavers
In April there were 51 starters and 43 leavers
In May there were 52 starters and 61 leavers
In June there were 40 starters and 63 leavers
In July there were 53 starters and 48 leavers
In August there were 45 starters and 56 leavers
In September there were 55 starters and 135 leavers
In October there were 45 starters and 63 leavers
In November there were 45 starters and 41 leavers
In December there were 28 starters and 31 leavers

Top reasons for leaving

(1st Jan – 31st Dec 2022) | Base: 684

This chart shows that, for 2022:
26% of employees gave resignation due to another job (career development)
17% gave resignation for other reasons
14% gave retirement as a reason for leaving
10% gave employee transfer – TUPE as a reason for leaving
9% left due to resignation – no reason given
7% left due to personal reasons
7% left due to dismissal for other reasons
7% left due to dismissal – end of contract