Coaching and mentoring are among the top new ways to retain high-potential employees, says a survey by ClearRock, a Boston-based executive coaching firm.
The other top retention tools, according to the survey: selecting employees more carefully, providing better training, offering better compensation and benefits and improving orientation and assimilation programs.
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