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What is the breakeven time for new hires?

From a financial perspective, it can take a business up to 6 months or even longer to break even on the return on investment (ROI) of new hiring. 

  In most cases, a new employee can only contribute 25% of their potential capacity during the first month of employment.

  Considering the time to source for a candidate and the hiring and training costs involved, a replacement can cost 1.5 to 3 times the resigned employee's salary.

The turnover rates are a common retention challenge for companies expanding fast in a distributed workforce.

  Remote employees often felt isolated in a fast-paced working environment; the lack of job security in a volatile market could motivate them to seek alternative career options. 

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