Disagree. The subject is about the owner's management of his company and a few examples are given by the OP, high turnover being one of them.Its irrelevant to the story.
I just took an outside-in view of the company's crew, and that tells a lot about the owner/manager/lead. This isn't about a random act of an individual walking and a bird flying by as there's no causality to that other than randomness. Who his crew is, who remains working for him is anything but random.I can clearly see problems...Not a good way to treat the workers
If it will make you feel more comfortable, the mexicans (in mexico) treat the mexicans from southern mexico (the indians) like crap when they use them at their jobsites down there, and they complain how they defecate out in front of everyone, etc. But what they don't mention is the rates the mexicans pay the indian mexicans, no mexican would work for--they'll go to the states, so the crews on those type jobs are full of mexican indians...treated like dirt.