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How To Lower The Risk Of Your New Hire Accepting A Counteroffer

Before and even after your top candidate accepts an offer, you need to stay vigilant against tempting counteroffers. Before and even after your top candidate accepts an offer, you need to stay vigilant against tempting counteroffers. You've found the perfect candidate and they've accepted. Congratulations! Having held all the cards throughout the hiring process, this can be an uncomfortable time for managers.
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