Catch 'em and keep' em

Addy, Rodd
August 2009
Food Manufacture;Aug2009, Vol. 84 Issue 8, p58
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the relevance of retaining the best-performing employees to the companies that are suffering from the impact of the global financial crisis. The author discusses the importance of providing the right incentives in order to motivate and encourage a certain employee to become more productive. However, Fluid Consulting has mentioned the signs of restless employees. Proper management for the retention of staff is also discussed.


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