The Life Sciences seem to be heating up just as the weather starts to cool down. The biotech index and funding are at record levels far surpassing their previous highs. Everyday within the life sciences another article comes out touting simply amazing new products and ideas. Furthermore, evidence indicates that the job market is growing ever tighter as unemployment dipped to 5.9% overall according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In such a marketplace, companies have to be careful that their top talent, long content to wait out the recession, doesn’t begin to leave as the economy returns to full employment. This article gives several suggestions on how to eliminate or at least ameliorate turnover. At TRG Life Sciences, we would much rather help you increase top talent due to expansion or top-grading than replace your existing high performers.