10 ways to deal with a superstar walking out the door

07/11/2013 | Intuit Small Business Blog

To best cope with key talent walking out the door, get the employee to leave information about daily duties and key contacts, and also ask the person to help train a replacement, Tim Parker writes. "If the employee is leaving for reasons like spending more time with family or retirement, offer to hire them on a contract basis. This could be a temporary (until the transition is complete) or permanent arrangement," he writes.

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