Counter offers: necessary evil or desirable endgame?

Most counter offer articles hinge on one magical statistic – 60% (or 75% or 90%, depending on the source) of people who accept counter offers leave their company within 6-12 months. These articles, unsurprisingly, are written by recruiting firms...
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Forget the talent shortage: what leaders are missing about hiring

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Write a Cover Letter in 10 minutes or less & get noticed

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Texans: read this before signing your non-compete

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Four books every salesperson should read in 2019

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Negotiation strategies for people who feel underpaid (& hate confrontation)

According to recent studies, 46% of Americans feel underpaid, and…Read More

How to make better, smarter, longer-lasting career resolutions.

Only about 20% of New Year resolutions make it past…Read More

We tried the gender decoder, and the results surprised us.

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The best networking event of the year

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5 Must-Know Business Trends for 2019

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