Human resources finance, HR Management

The University of Mellencamp is a private, non-profit academic institution.  There are 4 colleges located in the institution.  It is located in Northern Luzerne County and sunny state of Pennsylvania.  Please look at the following statistics:

                                                 2004              2003                2002  

Undergraduate enrolment:      5000                5500                6000  

Graduate enrolment:                 600                 550                 575

There are currently 120 Full time equivalent (FTEs) faculty at the University with 10 vacant positions. The University also employs 1200 support staff and 18 persons considered management.  

Please review the following:  

                                   Administration            Faculty            Support Staff  

Turnover per year:               2                          18                      65   

Average Hourly Rate:         $55                       $35                 $12  

Aggregate benefits rate:       $5 per hour          Same            Same   

Considering the following:  

Interviewers time for new employees is 45 minutes with 20 minutes additional for preparation.  For each faculty and administration position 3 candidates are interviewed. For each support staff 2 candidates are interviewed.  The interviewer is paid $18 per hour rate.

It also takes HR 30 minutes for each person that is terminated.  

What is the cost to the University each year from a turnover standpoint?  

What recommendations would you make to decrease cost?

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