Knowing How to Keep Your Best and Brightest

Dobbs, Kevin
April 2001
Workforce (10928332);Apr2001, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p56
Examines the nature of problems concerning the retention of employees among companies in the United States. Scope of the turnover rates of resigning employees in the country; Reasons for the resignation of employees from a company; Role of the human resource department in solving the problem. INSETS: Managers Matter Most;A Study in Retention;Strategies for Curbing Turnover.


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