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Employee Retention

  1. How to Hire (and Keep) Digital Marketing Talent in 2014

    It's true; executives reveal they're unhappy with the skills of digital and social media team talent, and there's a large talent gap hurting sales, employee retention, and marketing ROI. Digital agencies give themselves a taste of their own smart...

  2. Social Media ROI: 14 Formulas to Measure Social Media Benefits

    Employee Satisfaction/Retention Customer Retention Measuring social media ROI can be a daunting task, but not impossible. Check out these handy formulas for calculating tangible social media benefits – advertising, content, leads,research, support...

  3. Marissa Mayer Brings Hope to Yahoo

    But if you add in contract incentives of bonuses, stock units and options, and a $30 million “one-time retention equity award” the deal could ultimately be worth up more than $100 million if she remains at the company for five years.

  4. Texas AG Wants Google's Formula for AdWords Rates, Ranking Sites

    Documents sufficient to show your document preservation, retention, destruction, backup and litigation hold policies. Communications between Google advertising or marketing staff person(s) and any Google employee(s) responsible for search...

  5. Carl Icahn Can't Save Yahoo

    Well, short-term money, by nixing (among other things) an employee retention plan that was arguably inserted into Yahoo's portfolio to thwart nasty takeovers. Sure, it's the retention plan that's holding Yahoo back.

  6. Yahoo Responds to Carl Icahn's Allegations

    To set the record straight, the employee retention program is designed to protect the Company's assets and value during a time of uncertainty. You make reference to our employee retention plan but you significantly mischaracterize its purpose and...

  7. Keeping Googlers at Google

    Lisa Baertlein's article, Google Challenge: Keeping Wealthy Workers, takes a look at Googler "retention" issues post IPO. Baertlein mentions that more employee "perks" are coming. To be sure, Google -- which has vowed to remain unconventional -- is...