Say you’re searching an online résumé database and spot the résumé of one of your best employees. Or you get a call from an HR friend at another company who just received a résumé from your star employee.
You know that job hunting is a way of life for many employees. Still, you’re surprised and wonder what to do with the new information.
The answer: Tailor your approach to that employee, the reason he or she is searching and whether you actually want to retain the person.
There are three basic types of employed job hunters:
1. Eternal job-seekers. Some employees are always searching for a better deal; it has little or nothing to do with your organization or .
2. Angry or disconnected employees. They launch searches because they are upset about some perceived slight or have lost interest in their jobs.
3. Ambitious. These are top performers who are good and know it. They are ready for advancem...(register to read more)
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