4/17/2012

It's getting harder to keep good IT talent on staff amid increases in employment opportunities and expanded tech spending. But that doesn't necessarily mean companies should be spending more on compensation to hang on to their best workers. Improving employees' work-life balance and treating people as assets can do a great deal to build worker loyalty and keep churn in employment on the low end, Kathy Harris writes.

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