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  1. I agree with your statements and general theme. However. as a caveat, a retention officer is a cost that most large Fortune 500 companies will rarely make. Even though pulpit statements are made about the value of their employees, these larger companies are micro-focused on the harsh reality of the quarterly P&L. Not hitting the projected mark often means cuts in staffing. An employee is a hard cost and easily quantifiable whereas the actual value of the employee’s upside is not. Interestingly, it is the smaller often post. start-up companies that truly value their employees. The management sees the day to day value of an employee. It as a cost but, what they bring to the company

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