Why a counteroffer may not be the best idea

08/17/2010 | RefreshLeadership.com

Before you jump into making a counteroffer to an employee who wants to leave, make sure it's even worth trying to hang on to the person, Ashlie Turley writes. "[D]on't be afraid to gracefully let employees leave. It's natural for employees and companies to part ways through the years," Turley writes.

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