There is serious pressure for organization leaders to engage employees and hit peak productivity. In 2017, 56% of CEOs reported “recruiting and retention” as primary concerns. A company cannot function without its employees; individuals that have valuable skills and training that can take weeks, months or years to match. So, of course, HR is in overdrive, managing engagement, strategizing long-term retention plans and calculating turnover rates. While those elements of talent management should never be overlooked, leaders may take comfort in the fact that there are some positives to seeing employees go. What benefits could employee turnover possibly have?