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Taming Your Tech Talent

In a tight job market, these tactics can make your tech workers want to stay

WHEN ANASTASIA LENG QUIT Google to start Hatch.co, a shopping site for handmade goods, in 2012, one of the skills she’d developed at the tech giant proved crucial. Managing some of the world’s best IT talent gave the marketing specialist deep insight into how their values and priorities are different from those of other business people.

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