Most Companies Lose Top Talent


Despite the lagging job market, 75 percent of employers reported involuntarily losing their most high-performing employees this year.

A new ManpowerGroup survey showed just 13 percent of respondents saying their most-valued staff stuck around in the last 12 months. The workforce solutions company polled 268 firms nationally between June and July.

“We found that most organizations are finding it tough to hold onto their best people even when there are relatively few job openings,” said Tony Rogers, a talent management practice leader for Right Management , a Manpower division that has an office in Dayton.  Read more here.

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