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Find Out What Your Employees Want–Or Risk Losing Them!

With the unemployment rate at record lows, and employees jumping ship more often, you need to re-double your efforts to keep your best staffers. Otherwise, you may face the costly and time-consuming process of recruiting and training their replacements. Below are 6 strategies to make it happen. 

The Society for Human Resource Management estimates that it costs an average of $4,425—and takes more than a month—to replace one employee. That doesn’t factor in all the intangibles, including lower morale, loss of institutional knowledge, and the hassle of onboarding. And consider this...

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