Is there a way on Linkedin or another external service to determine the rate at which employees are leaving a company and to track the total number of employees over time?

7:40 PM · Mar 24, 2021

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If you have a list of email addresses you could ping their SMTP server to check how many have been deactivated. Depends on their server config and whether they retire email addresses.
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If they're big enough Discoverorg/Zoominfo has decent data on this (but is $$)
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Ohh this’d plug nicely into my theoretical algorithm when looking at rev/profit per employee. No point being capital efficient if your people are hating it. If they are loving it, however, that’d be a very strong sign of a quality company IMHO
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There is an insights tab on the company page on LinkedIn that has a graph showing employee count. Only works for companies when they get to a certain size. Goes back 2 years.
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LinkedIn has median tenure. If you have sales nav or recruiter you can search for company - current OR past (company name) to give total employees. You could also check out Triggr.ai which does have more in-depth data and may be able to do what you’re looking for
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I believe you can via LinkedIn Talent Insights
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I could have sworn a former partner I worked with said he developed something to track his own network on LinkedIn.
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