Briggs & Stratton finds increased worker turnover in China

03/26/2012 | Reuters

China's increases in wages and economic opportunity means companies such as Briggs & Stratton must fight to retain skilled workers there, according to a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce. "What happens here is that you get a young person who speaks pretty good English and has worked for two to four years. If the guy is under 30, he may have worked for four companies in just two years," said Mark Plum, of Briggs & Stratton's Asia operations.

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