I need reply Brandon
The source i decided to use this week I found using a simple google then kept going through articles until I found one I felt I could trust and got some information that I could use. This source shows why a particular company could have a high turnover rate, as well as a low turnover rate and what effects both could have on a company.
According to Gartenstein, The higher the turnover rate, the more likely workers won't want to stay with the company. Employees will constantly be seeing their co-workers leaving, thus could potentially unmotivated them to work harder and more effectively. Which in turn will decrease the satisfaction of your customers since your products aren't up to par in the quality department (2018).
Gartenstein, D. (2018). Causes and effects of high and low staff turnover. N.p.:
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