You’re Laying Off Your Best Problem-solvers

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Companies initiating layoffs in response to market problems tend to focus on retaining “high-potential” people. Unfortunately, human resources (HR) departments’ definition of “high-potential” often leaves out a company’s best problem solvers. A better approach is to put your most talented employees to work solving the problems facing your company. Find out how to identify your best problem solvers and help them thrive.

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