Disadvantages Of Employee Turnover

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Employee turnover which is also relatively known as staff turnover refers mainly to the percentage rate number of employees leaving the company and the number of new employees who replaces them over a certain period of time. Employees turnover it is not good for any organization as it increases the organization costs of recruiting and training new employees which is very costly for any organization. Employees tend to leave the company for many reasons such as lack or poor communication within the organization, managers as they act as one of the main reason for staff turnover, changes of the organization structure, poor or lack of employees engagement in decision making, paucity of motivation within the organization, lack of the organization…show more content…
These impacts can be of an advantage or disadvantage to the organization although the turnover is believed to be a negative impact on any organization as it causes many disadvantages than advantages. The following are the advantages and disadvantages of employee turnover on organizations. ADVANTAGES Employee turnover does not always causes negative impact on organizations, it also bring some productive advantages to an organization. These benefits advantageous of employee turnover to an organization such as Wight Hotels (WH) are as follow. Talent Infusion Employees’ turnover can be voluntary or involuntary and always in any organization employees who voluntary leave the company and those who involuntary leave the company due to lack of certain skills or due to changes are not always high performers in the company. Employees with poor performance usually cause the increase of cost in the company and drains company’s resources, time and money. So with turnover the company will get opportunities to recruit new innovative employees with new fresh ideas and emerging talents and also reduce the cost caused by the misuse of resources, Ruth Mayhew…show more content…
These negative impacts has led to different crisis and even damage the company’ brand and reputation in the marketing environment. Over the years there has been different disadvantages of turnover, the following are some negative impacts (disadvantages) of turnover on organizations,Neil Kokemuller (n.d). High cost High turnover has always been more expensive to an organization as the company will have to undergo costs of recruiting and replacing the employees who left and also the company will experience the cost of training the new employees since they are not familiar with the working environment. These cost are the disadvantages of turnover on organizations around the world such as Wight Hotels (WH), Neil Kokemuller (n.d). Low morale When there is high turnover in the company the morale of the remaining employees is likely to be low which leads to other disadvantages such as poor performance. Culture and norms in the organization are shared between employees who work together in the work place, so when other employees leave that culture is tend to be broken and it’s hard for the remaining employees to create the same bond with the new employees in the work place and it is very hard to motivate employees to share the companies vision and mission when their co-workers are vanishing between them, Neil Kokemuller
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