Please Don't Go Turnover isn't necessarily a fact of life. Learn to keep your employees in the fold.
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After spending all that time screening and hiring and trainingand sharing all your trade secrets with your employees, youdon't have to sit around biting your nails, expecting theirletters of resignation. Employees will stick around if you playyour cards right.
So it was with BitFlip Interactive Group in New York City. Sinceits 1997 founding, this interactive media developer has hadno--that's right--no employee turnover. For a company inthe Internet business, that's miraculous. The secret, accordingto founder Erin Jurew, is "respect for your employees.[Realize] you're not going to be in business without youremployees-and show them loyalty."
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