Eight Tips for Keeping Great Employees During the Downturn

Have you announced layoffs?  Are your people doing the jobs of several people? Worried they will resign when times improve?

You should be.

But wait–Inc. Magazine provides inspiration.  Listen to these 8 tips from 8 CEOs on how to keep your best people in the downturn, and get the most from your people:

(My favorite tips come from Chip Conley and Barbara Corcoran):

Which tip will you try in your next team meeting? It may just get you one step closer to a succession plan.

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