They want to know that the economic output of the person they hire is greater than what they pay the person.
So if you have to pay a sandwich artist $15 an hour, he better make a lot of quality sandwiches - and you wouldn't hire the inexperienced person you have to train who does half the work of a trained person at the start and may or may not be as productive as the one who has demonstrated he can make $16 worth of sandwiches per hour.
simply because they don't have to train the new employees anymore, experienced employees are easier to control and easily understand simple instructions, independent and self motivate
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