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8 reasons good employees leave — and how you can prevent it

When good employees leave, productivity sinks, morale suffers and colleagues struggle with an increased workload until you find a replacement. Add in recruitment and training costs, and on-boarding new hires can make for a difficult and expensive transition. A recent survey from NodeSource reveals that 37 percent of 103 organizations surveyed are worried about finding...
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