Retaining your IT staff

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By surveying two hundred IT professionals direct, IntaPeople has been fortunate enough to gain an insight into some of the measures bosses can take to keep their IT staff happy. This white paper aims to explore some of these expectations so that companies can curb what is often a merry-go-round of IT staff, and concentrate on shaping the future of their business instead.

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