Do you try to trick recruiters to get rid of problem employees?

11/22/2010 | BNET

Don't lie to recruiters and give stellar recommendations for workers in the hopes they'll get the job and leave -- or be evasive about the skills of a top worker in the belief it will keep him or her on board, Suzanne Lucas writes. "Instead of undermining your good employees and lying about your bad ones, how about you work to develop your bad employees so that they can take the place of your good employees?," Lucas writes.

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