Originally Posted by ethanm
Serious question, do you find that employees are their most motivated and productive in their first years? Could it not be a benefit to both employer and employee for shorter stints?
No. The financial cost, mental energy, and general chaos of a high level turnover are extremely prohibitive. Pretty much it's a rare case when turnover is good. Hiring new blood can be good but I'd rather that be from growth vs. turnover and I'm still going to favour the new blood that looks like a long term player.
Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH
Yeah, but you become a master at nothing. In work that I do, it takes two years before you can even work with any kind of autonomy.