@Mor - I actually think the opposite tends to be true. When companies look at this kind of data and make the right choices, they figure out pretty quickly they are better off treating employees well and keeping them, than treating them badly and having to rehire new ones every few months.
We live in a world where a lot of jobs are highly specialized, particularly the kinds of jobs where people are bothering with organizational behavior. They want good, skilled people who will be assets to the company and once they have those people they don't want to lose them.
I think in most cases gathering organizational behavior is a good thing and results in good things for both the company and the employees.