trend OR the pressure & stress overwhelm the weak. I like to believe that prior proper planning produces practically perfect production;but, I know as a small business, there are any number of things that can kill you, some beyond your best plans & control. So, in that sense, aren’t we all vulnerable? However, because I’m a small business, I'll speak for most owners of their own product. It takes courage, strength & a belief in one’s ability to overcome doubt & trouble that all business encounter.... So, with that mindset, where’s the vulnerability?
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not saying the decision is right or sustainable, I am saying consider how vulnerable the candidate is at the point the counter offer is made. A disgruntled employee would not have a problem, but someone serious about leaving can be pressured into questioning their own point of view and thought process. There is a long enough period to twist that rubber arm and we all know that flattery will get you everywhere. As I said, it does not mean the candidate is making the right decision, but the reality is as well prepared as the recruiter and the candidate might be for the possibility, there is a blind side effect. It is the humble candidates who don' believe it could happen that are most vulnerable as they are taken aback by the amount of new attention they receive.…
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