Firms may have better luck recruiting talented young workers if they promise to publicize workers' accomplishments on a regular basis, according to a study by professors at the University of North Carolina. The key is to "communicate to potential hires that, look, this is a benefit of working here, in spite of the fact that we might lose you, we want everyone to know how great you are," said Ed Van Wesep, who co-wrote the study.

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