[Infographic] Should You Take A Counter Offer?

November 17, 2021 Amanda Krebs

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In the midst of the Great Resignation, employers are struggling more than ever to keep talented professionals. Because the demand for quality candidates greatly outweighs supply, employers are doing everything they can to keep good employees. This includes extending counter offers to their best employees when they try to quit.

As someone who was looking to leave your company, you may be caught off guard when your employer is trying to entice you to stay with higher pay or better benefits. However, it’s important to think through your options thoroughly, as well as consider the reasons you wanted to leave in the first place.

To help educate our candidates on the different factors that they should take into consideration before making their final decision, check out our infographic: Should You Take A Counter Offer?

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