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NBC’s senior consumer investigative correspondent Vicky Nguyen joins TODAY with a look at what some companies are doing to prevent employees from leaving their jobs. Employers like Ford Motor Company have begun offering job sharing, where two employees go part-time and split one full-time job. Other companies are offering stay interviews, more flexibility as well as provide money for wellness to employees.