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Growing and Refining Your Business

The economy is up and so is job-hopping. How can you attract superior talent to grow and improve your business while holding onto your top performers to refine your business? 85% of employees leave their job because of their manager (SHRM). Over 66% of CEO's say that talent-related issues are their top concern (HBR). In previous articles, we've discussed how crucial talent retention is to the overall growth and health of a business.
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