Google HR boss explains the only 2 ways to keep your best people from quitting

In today’s knowledge economy, people are often a company’s most valuable asset, and losing talented employees can be extremely expensive.

Laszlo Bock, the SVP of Google’s People Operations and author of new book “Work Rules!,” told Stephanie Ruhle in a panel interview at Bloomberg on Tuesday that most companies don’t know how to hold onto their best people.

“People don’t stay for the money,” Bock said, noting that more than a third of Google’s first 100 employees are still working at the company despite making boatloads of money in its IPO.

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Source: businessinsider.com