The upsurge in the American economy has brought with it an increased number of job openings. This has led to more unhappy employees to leave their jobs to take on new, more promising, positions.
According to work management company Wrike, employee turnover is costing U.S. companies over $160 billion a year. And Harvard Business Review notes that high performing employees can deliver up to 400 percent more than the average co-worker. Consequently, the loss of a high performing worker can vastly increase the costs that result from their departure.