can i have a scale/ inventory to measure talent management
From India, Coimbatore

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Hi, Please go through the document it may solve your problem. Thanks Arpit
From India, Calcutta

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Thanks Arpit,
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful topics about Retaining Talent...
good one this has to be followed to over come through business..
Keep it up god bless you,,
and have a wonderful day ahead.

From India, Madras
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