Perhaps the burden of Government is now so great that machine shops cannot make a profit without offering very low wages.
If there’s no Worker-Employer match it’s not the business’s fault. Businesses employ people in order to make a profit, and they must compete with other businesses.
Either there’s no one suitable to hire or the cost-of-employment in the state is simply too high for a Worker-Employer match.
Of course not, everyone knows that business owners can do no wrong.
The churn has its business costs as well. In my view, we are setting up our new employees to fail because we don’t or aren’t allowed to invest enough in training. It’s self-defeating because we’re wasting $4K per new employee.