Of course, we all want employees to be as productive as possible. That means giving them the tools they need in order to do their jobs well. But one of the biggest drains on productivity is probably something you never even think of: workplace turnover.
Millions and millions of people each month leave their jobs—and most of them do it voluntarily. When someone leaves, a company must devote the time and resources necessary in order to replace them—and that can be a drain on productivity. You must also ask the remaining employees to do more with less, and that’s difficult too. Want to learn more about this important workplace topic? Check out this graphic.
Cost-Of-Employee-Turnover (infographic) Link