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When your best employees leave — be happy

Why would any manager be happy when their best people walk out the door?

Over more than a decade as an editor and then as an agency owner I’ve had that sinking feeling on a couple of dozen occasions — it wasn’t just someone good leaving but someone great, someone deemed irreplaceable, even.




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Tony Hallett

Tony Hallett

Media, marketing, tech, b2b, London. Runs Collective Content (UK). Previously: CBS, CNET, Silicon, Japan.

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