Although management would like to keep star players on the team for as long as possible—ideally, forever—employee turnover is a fact of life. This is especially true in risk-related roles, where experience is invaluable and replacements are hard to find.

The question is: Are finance executives doing enough to retain their best people? A Robert Half Finance & Accounting survey released last year suggests that they may not be. Among the workers polled, 42 percent said they were likely to look for a new job over the next 12 months. This figure is even higher for employees under 35, with 68 percent of those respondents considering a change within the year.

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