Turnover: Is It Always Bad for the Organization?
...always bad for or reflects negatively upon the business.(Schings Below, 2012)
David G. Allen, PhD in Personnel and Employment Relations, in a 2010 article... Turning Around Turnovers It is traditionally perceived that a business with high employer turnover has internal flaws requiring fixing. These high turnovers can be costly, disruptive, and, often, viewed as an embarrassment to and failure within the company.(Hertling-Johnson, 2011) The negative reactions stem from the idea that an employee that is satisfied, well treated, well paid, and is validated with the potential for career growth would not, simply, choose to leave that job. It is easy to believe that there must have been something wrong...