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The Secrets Of Keeping Top Talent At Your Organization

May 5, 2013

Ask any executive or business owner if they have a process for developing top talent in their organization, and they will tell you yes....

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SCALLYWAG

May-05-13 9:05 AM

Blah. Blah. Blah. Common sence

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SCALLYWAG

May-05-13 9:31 AM

Another brilliant article. Any businessman who can afford true talent is way beyond this snipit of earth shattering wisdom. Most business are just trying to filter out the losers and still turn a buck. Last week I posted a comment that was not even close to insulting to anybody and it got pulled. We will se if this one vanishes. Business rule no. 1. Have a back bone and open to criticism from your customers. Rule no. 2. Defend your position. Having 32 years and counting in business in Jamestown ny and never going bankrupt with multiple businesses is my background. What is your 13 year background other than reading rules out of someone else's book? A simple (I'm sorry I had your simple common sence post removed Mr. scallywag ) (Sir) and I will move along. It's just that simple. our team of attorneys are following along

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Emelye

May-05-13 12:55 PM

I've always thought that the perfect job fulfilled three criteria:

1) To make enough money so you can pay your bills and put something aside for later 2) To have some fun 3) To have opportunities to grow and learn

If you provide all three things in equal measure - admittedly, this is near impossible, I never had a job that fulfilled all three at equal levels - then your best employees will most like stay as long as you want them to.

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Renaldo

May-08-13 6:23 AM

Scally, having worked for many different people, I'd say the info in this article is not as obvious as you'd think. Many "leaders" are too consumed with themselves.

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SCALLYWAG

May-08-13 8:51 AM

Reynaldo my point was last weeks article that got pulled for no reason. It had to be the author and my comments weren't even derogatory

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