Thursday, October 18, 2007

Why Some Places Love High Employee Turnover

  1. It avoids those pesky meetings about pay raises.

  2. There is little likelihood that a union will be formed.

  3. All dissenters and their allies have a short shelf-life.

  4. Management's decisions are rarely challenged.

  5. "Employee benefits" are as common as the unicorn and dodo.

  6. Although new employees have to be trained, all other training costs are nonexistent.

  7. The organization often benefits from the work of highly skilled workers until they catch on to the game.

  8. The incompetent human resources department can justify its pathetic existence.

  9. It reinforces management's view that people are disposable.

  10. You're always meeting new friends.

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