Management Clinic: Fending off invaders

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The rival firm, clearly keen to have your employee work for it, has offered substantially favourable terms and so it might well be outside your grasp for several reasons to retain this employee: you do not know the circumstances behind the proposed move.

The first port of call when attempting to retain staff is likely to be improving their financial package, so giving a pay increase is a good start and one that constitutes a variation to the employee's terms and conditions of employment. Changes

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