Unless you're talking about pastries, nobody likes turnover. Specifically, no company likes high rates of turnover in terms of its employees.
Turnover is costly, and it's costly in a number of ways. First, you have a position that's open for a certain amount of time. That equates to lost productivity, even if other employees help to pick up the slack. Then there's all of the time, energy, and money used to train and onboard the employee who eventually left.
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