Why your top workers don't have tenure

12/18/2011 | N2Growth.com

Bosses shouldn't assume workers who have been with the company for a long time are better or more loyal than recent hires, Mike Myatt writes. A bias toward tenure instead of performance leads to corporate stagnation and cripples innovation, Myatt argues. "Reward talent, initiative, innovation, loyalty, attitude, creativity, work ethic, contribution, and leadership ability -- not tenure," he advises.

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