"According to research by Oxford Economics and Unum, workers earning £25,000 or more per year cost businesses an average of £30,614 to replace. Losing four employees in a year can cost over £120,000."
As the article here attests, people want to learn. Staff become more engaged when they are trained and offered opportunities to involve themselves proactively in the company. "engineers may have more motivation to work when they recognise the impact of what they deliver for a business". A positive culture is no longer a luxury, it's essential.
If losing staff is a problem for your company, the article explains why this is happening. If the culture isn't what you want it to be, and you don't know where to start in changing it effectively (sustainably, and economically), you're not alone. The sector is having trouble because of what it is - a victim of its own tradition and a purveyor of difficulties that have plagued workplace dynamics since the start of the Industrial Revolution.
If you want to avert catastrophic losses and create an environment that people want to work in, talk to firstname.lastname@example.org