According to The Wall Street Journal,
. is concerned about losing its most promising engineers, designers, and sales execs as growth dilutes the perks of a start-up atmosphere and soaring stock price. What to do? Well turns out those creative folks at the internet search giant have more up their sleeve than fancy new gmail features. They've developed an algorithm that crunches data on their 20,000 employees--based on reviews, promotions, and pay histories--to identify who's most likely to quit:
Google's algorithm helps the company "get inside people's heads even before they know they might leave," said Laszlo Bock, who runs human resources for the company.
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