Tech SMBs should offer "higher pay, career progression and flexible working" to retain skilled staff, says Databarracks MD

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Tech SMBs should offer "higher pay, career progression and flexible working" to retain skilled staff, says Databarracks MD

Culture of innovation required to keep good people, says Groucutt.

Technology companies are failing to innovate in order to keep skilled staff, and SMBs are particularly to blame, Databarracks' MD has said. Peter Groucutt, responding to recent research from Investors...

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