Can you hold on to your recession hires?

11/17/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Many employees who were hired during the recession are eager to find new jobs with higher pay, according to recruiters. The sentiment is especially true for highly qualified workers who ended up in positions they would have ordinarily passed up. Some employers are responding with incentives, including raises and flexible working arrangements, in hopes of holding on to talented employees.

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