I get it. Turning employees is disruptive and expensive. And if they leave because your workplace is a toxic wasteland of dysfunction, a lot of turnover is an ominous indicator.
But what if they are leaving because you’ve helped them grow and develop, and they are simply ready to apply their new skills in a more challenging environment? In this case, turnover might indicate that you and your company know how to develop employees. And if that’s true, I say good for you.