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Exploring the Risk of Talent Loss and Countermeasures for Prevention in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Yixing Zhu


Because of their flexibility and technological innovation, SMEs have gradually become the key to high-quality economic development in China.On account of the small size of small and medium-sized enterprises and various resource restrictions, a large part of China’s small and medium-sized enterprises human resources management mechanism is not flawless,there is a huge risk of brain drain, thus causing the small and medium-sized enterprises operation and management costs rising phenomenon.In this paper, the risk of brain drain in small and medium-sized enterprises in our country and the impact of a comprehensive analysis, and explore the corresponding solutions, summarize the experience and lessons, so as to future small and medium-sized enterprises in China to deal with the risk of brain drain questions put forward constructive solutions.


Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises;Brain Drain; Risk Prevention; Countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v7i5.6545