Most managers don’t fret too much about losing minimum wage talent. But they should. And they should worry when anyone leaves because it costs them a lot. The next time one of your minimum wage employees takes another job that pays 25 cents more per hour, remember it will cost $3500 to replace him. $3500. Go ahead and write that on your white board. That’s $3500.00. Maybe more. If you don’t train the replacement (I know… you don’t have the money or the time to train, right?), it will cost even more: without training he will make mistakes that you could have prevented and it will take him longer to reach full productivity.
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