Golden handcuffs

April 2014
Smart Business Cleveland;Apr2014, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p80
An interview with Benefits Resource Group president Joe Crea is presented. When asked about the scenario after an executive leaves, Crea answers that client concerns are always there when an executive person is leaving. He adds that executives can be dissatisfied with their current salaries or they might feel the company is not in the right direction. He further discusses approaches in order to retain executives and the impact of a retention plan.


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