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Summary

  • Employee turnover increased by 6% in 2022, the highest level seen to-date (we began tracking the workforce profile in 2019)
  • Turnover has increased across every directorate since 2021
  • The overall increase in turnover is being driven by the largest directorates – Regeneration and Adult Services
  • Some of the smaller directorates also saw large increases in turnover – Executive and Public Health

Employee turnover rate by year

This chart shows that:
In 2019, the employee turnover rate was 11%
In 2020, the employee turnover rate was 9%
In 2021, the employee turnover rate was 11%
In 2022, the employee turnover rate is 17%

Employee turnover by directorate

Base: (Jan 01 – Dec 01)

This chart shows that:
The employee turnover rate for the Executive directorate was 24% in 2019, 6% in 2020, 12% in 2021, and 27% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Regeneration directorate was 13% in 2019, 10% in 2020, 10% in 2021, and 21% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Adult Services directorate was 11% in 2019, 9% in 2020, 14% in 2021, and 24% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Culture Leisure and Regulatory Services directorate was 13% in 2019, 12% in 2020, 17% in 2021, and 24% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Public Health directorate was 15% in 2019, 8% in 2020, 5% in 2021, and 18% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Children Families and Education directorate was 12% in 2019, 8% in 2020, 10% in 2021, and 17% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Corporate Services directorate was 10% in 2019, 9% in 2020, 12% in 2021, and 14% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Housing, Neighbourhood and Building Services directorate was 10% in 2019, 11% in 2020, 9% in 2021, and 13% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Finance and Resources directorate was 6% in 2019, 6% in 2020, 6% in 2021, and 10% in 2022
The employee turnover rate for the Portsmouth International Port directorate was 9% in 2019, 7% in 2020, 4% in 2021, and 9% in 2022