One of the big problems companies face these days in a job market that gives workers more choice is how to hang on to good employees.

Retention isn't easy, not to mention what it costs a company to replace an employee—and turnover can be a serious issue as people search for that greener grass on the other side of the hill.

But why are they looking in the first place, instead of staying put? All too often, it's the fault of their managers. That's according to a report in the Huffington Post, which points out that managers can be the cause, not the solution, to the problem of finding and keeping good employees.

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