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HR Confidential: Accepting a counteroffer when you're not looking to leave

Humans are complicated, but the resourcing of humans doesn't have to be. Looking for managerial or career advice? All sources will be kept confidential. Email your questions to Heather Krentler at hrconfidential@crain.com or call our advice line at 313-327-2209. 

Q: Should I accept a counteroffer and stay with my employer?

On the one hand, you're always going to be the person who wanted to leave. On the other hand, a counteroffer also gives you negotiating power — particularly to get that raise. Ultimately, the right decision depends on the culture of your organization and your field, and on what you really want from the situation.

 

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February 22, 2017 - 2:14pm