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When Dan Vuksanovich sold his IT business, he wanted to do right by an up-and-coming employee.
“He was still a bit green. I was still training him when I decided to sell the company,” recalls Vuksanovich, now doing business as the Website Traffic Increaser Guy. “I wanted to make sure that Simon would have a chance to prove himself to the owner of the firm that bought mine.”
Many small business owners are faced with the same dilemma. Eager to sell and move on to something new, they are equally concerned about the future well-being of the staff members who have driven their success. Here’s how to balance that equation.
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