Fracaro, Kenneth E.
February 2005
Contract Management;Feb2005, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p42
Academic Journal
Provides strategies to be implemented in order to retain high performers or best employees of the company. Set goals and delegate responsibilities to develop the career of the high performer; Compensate rewards to excellent performers; Likelihood of non-compensation benefits to promote employee health and welfare.


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