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Recruiting & Retention
It’s harder than ever to land perfect job candidates. And if you do, retaining them won’t be easy. Even when unemployment’s high, top talent is always in demand – and competitors will stop at nothing to pluck it from your ranks. As a result, you’ll have to lean heavily on your benefits and compensation packages to entice workers to stick with your company over the long haul. This site will help you stay in-the-know as far as what today’s talented individuals want from an employer and outline specific ways in which you can meet their desires.
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