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Klinefelter: By the Numbers
Danny Klinefelter DTN Farm Business Advisor
Fri Aug 30, 2013 01:47 PM CDT

One of our top instructors in The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (TEPAP), Texas A&M's executive training for ag producers, is Mel Kleiman who owns Humetrics Corporation. Mel has numerous books, a blog and worksheets on his website http://www.humetrics.com/…. The focus of his work is on recruiting, selecting and retaining top-notch employees. In visiting with Mel, I asked if he would okay me to summarize some of his messages for the DTN audience. This article focuses on 10 things employers do to drive off their best employees.

1. Treat everyone equally. It may sound good, but your employees aren't ...

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