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Selecting for retention: Understanding turnover prehire

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 November 2019

Carter Gibson*
Affiliation:
Modern Hire
Nick Koenig
Affiliation:
Modern Hire
Jennifer Griffith
Affiliation:
University of New Hampshire
Jay H. Hardy III
Affiliation:
Oregon State University
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*Corresponding author. Email: carter.gibson@shakercg.com

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