Chances are, the next time you plan a management training meeting, employee retention will be on the agenda. Why? Because, according to a new survey of 39 companies by TalentKeepers, an employee retention firm in Maitland, Fla., turnover remains one of the most costly problems facing companies — even in this economy. “Companies need to have frontline leaders take responsibility for retention. They can make a difference,” says Craig Taylor, senior vice president at TalentKeepers. “One ...

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