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Even in difficult economic times, some people leave their jobs for better offers. Learn more in this episode.
Slow dialog: 1:26
Fast dialog: 17:10
Di... ego: That’s three in six months!
Natalie: What’s three in six months?
Diego: That’s three of this company’s employees who have been hired away by other companies. First, there was Lamar. I wasn’t surprised that headhunters were interested in Lamar, since he was clearly a rising star.
Natalie: Yeah, Lamar was a tough loss. His unique set of skills is hard to duplicate.
Diego: You’re telling me! We haven’t been able to find a replacement. After Lamar, there was Sariah. Sariah is a classic case of brain drain. There are great jobs in McQuillanland, with lucrative pay and a low cost of living. I’m not surprised Sariah took that job.
Natalie: Sariah was very talented. We couldn’t match the offer she received and she took the better deal.
Diego: And today, Melinda tells me that she’s probably going to accept an offer from a startup that’s made her an offer she can’t refuse.
Natalie: Not Melinda, too! You know what, I think I’m finally catching on. Maybe we should be putting out feelers for better job offers ourselves.
Diego: No, not you, too! Before long, I’ll be the only one left here. I thought you’d help me talk Melinda into staying.
Natalie: No, not me. You know what they say: If you can’t beat them, join them!
Script by Dr. Lucy Tse
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