Is money what retains and motivates top employees?

A writer for Fast Company says no, the relationship is more important in the end.

Want to retain your best employees?

A blogger for Fast Company says it’s not about the money—and he should know, having once boosted the salary of a bookkeeper to six figures, only to fire her in the end.

The thing to remember, writes Harish R. Rao, is that money isn’t as important as the relationship. He cites what he calls an insightful video that talks of the research underscoring this.

The intro to the video stated that science has revealed some things that fly in the face of commonly accepted management practice.

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