Why you should try to keep talented workers from leaving

02/14/2013 | Forbes

Some employers see their workers as replaceable, but Amy Rees Anderson argues that this is not always true. The most talented workers are more important to a company's success than its technology or products, she writes. Replacing a great worker is costly and creates a gap in institutional knowledge, and the worker's departure could cause other employees and clients to wonder what went wrong.

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