Turnover Rates in Restaurants and Their Effects Jordyn Dorman

Happy vs.Displeased Employees

The photos on the left show that happy employees contribute to a successful business because they cause a positive atmosphere, while the photos on the right show that displeased employees can bring the workplace down. Management is highly responsible for the employees' emotions towards the workplace.

Management Causes Bad Turnover Rates

With the statistics shown in the above photo, it is clear that a high percentage of employees who quit do so as a direct correlation to bad management.

Healthy Work environments create happy customers

Lines show that customers enjoy the environment so much that they return

Lines also show that customers believe being there is worth the wait

Additionally, Bad turnover rates result in time, money, and effort training new employees

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