LET ‘EM STAY, LET ‘EM GO

I’ll like to pass the article below to my manager and my manager’s manager, but I’ll refrain from doing so, as I’m sure they would see it only as a criticism on their management style.

Getting the best workers to stay: New thoughts on how firms should view employees
By Jon Bonné, MSNBC, Oct. 8 — With a few signs of hope in the U.S. job market and many employees restless in their jobs, companies need to start thinking about how to keep their best workers from leaving. How an employee feels about his workplace can be key to whether he stays, but on that point employers often seem clueless, human-resources experts say.

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  1. That article is too late for my ex-company. Does your manager come by our desk, maybe you can leave lying around. Or maybe you could accidentally on purpose drop it?

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