why you shouldn’t use counteroffers to prevent employees from leaving

You thought your week was going smoothly, but then one of your key employees walks into your office and announces that she’s resigning. If you’re like many managers, you panic and start thinking about what you can offer to get her to stay.

Stop right there.

Making a counteroffer to stop an employee from taking another job is rarely a good idea. Over at the Intuit QuickBase blog today, I explain why. You can read it here.

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