If an employee is planning to leave a company and the employee is very good, will the company usually offer a raise to the employee?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
depends. if they value this particular employee and don't want them to go, they may offer more pay. if that employee, no matter how good they are, are easily replaced, they'd just let them go without offering anything.
- RICKLv 76 months ago
There is no such thing as an irreplaceable employee
If there was just think of all the companies that would screech to a halt when an employee retired or died
- InLv 76 months ago
Why should they? You have already made it clear you don't want to work there anymore, and they can find someone else to fill your spot who is lower maintenance.
- Elaine MLv 76 months ago
No, not usually. If you're leaving they start looking for someone to fill your position.
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- JudyLv 76 months ago
- MichaelLv 76 months ago
Not necessarily. There will "usually" be a conversation about whether or not there is anything the company can do to keep the employee around, but that doesn't mean that the employee should just assume that a counteroffer raise is going to be offered.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Don’t plan on it.