Retaining your team during the 'great resignation'
Charlie Reverte
SVP Technology
The great resignation is both a threat and an opportunity for engineering leaders. To avoid regrettable attrition, you need to make sure you are tracking your comp to industry standards, creating the psychological safety to allow your team to be honest about their career aspirations and ensuring that you have consistent, high quality management across the org. At the same time, you need to be super clear about your value prop as an employer, active in recruiting, and timely in making offers to the best candidates. Listen as I chat with Charlie Reverte, SVP Technology at MessageBird (previously CTO at SparkPost) about how you can ready your organization for increasing competition for top engineering talent.
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