The report highlighted a range of specific industries and areas of workforce volatility; for example, the airline industry was one that faced unique challenges. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A new report has found that workforce volatility was improving by the end of 2020, after a year of significant and widespread upheaval.

The 2020 Workforce Management Benchmark Report was released by Workforce Logiq, a software company that provides workforce management solutions. The report noted that one of its main indicators of workforce volatility, the US. Talent Retention Risk (TRR) Score, had increased 14% in June, a high point for 2020. However, that measurement calmed significantly in Q4 to a relatively stable position, despite the ongoing pandemic.

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