Talent/Retention Strategies

By: Flexible Thinker  09-12-2011

An organization is only as good as the people who work there.  There is and always will be a talent shortage of top performers.  It does not matter if the person is a senior executive or drives a truck, top performers will always be in demand.   Here are some questions to ask yourself:

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