A Turn For The Better
Employee turnover may be good for your business.
Turnover is bad, has long been a cherished management mantra.There's just one problem: It's not true.
"There are definite upsides to people leaving yourbusiness," says Julie Davis Salisbury, president of JulieDavis Associates, an Atlanta public relations agency."I've had some cases where employees quit and it'sbeen the right thing for our business. I've also had to fire afew people, and when I've done it, the business hasbenefited."
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