- It avoids those pesky meetings about pay raises.
- There is little likelihood that a union will be formed.
- All dissenters and their allies have a short shelf-life.
- Management's decisions are rarely challenged.
- "Employee benefits" are as common as the unicorn and dodo.
- Although new employees have to be trained, all other training costs are nonexistent.
- The organization often benefits from the work of highly skilled workers until they catch on to the game.
- The incompetent human resources department can justify its pathetic existence.
- It reinforces management's view that people are disposable.
- You're always meeting new friends.
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Why Some Places Love High Employee Turnover
Posted by Michael Wade at 2:23 PM