Firms ante up for talent

June 2013
Crain's Cleveland Business;6/3/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 22, p0001
The article discusses the prediction made by headhunters and human resources (HR) executives that employers in Northeast Ohio will make more counteroffers to keep their key employees as the economy improves in 2013. Counteroffers are extended most frequently for skilled positions in manufacturing and information technology sectors. According to the annual Talent Shortage Survey released by ManpowerGroup in May, 39% of U.S. employers are struggling to fill open positions.


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