Why you should rarely make counteroffers

05/15/2013 | Human Resource Executive

When a talented employee says he or she is leaving your company for better pay, it usually doesn't make sense to make a counteroffer, experts say. Most of the time, the employee is leaving because they're unhappy, not because they want more money. One study indicates that employees who accept counteroffers end up quitting within six months.

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