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Posted: 05 Sep 2016 02:05 AM PDT
Here's a piece from Kiplinger where a reader shares the story of a co-worker who left without much notice. The piece then gets to the heart of the issue: how much notice should be given to an employer when an employee resigns?
A summary of their answer:
[The worker who left] owed all of you (probably not legally, but ethically) at least two weeks’ notice, and ideally more. In most cases, a new employer will understand, and even respect, a new hire’s desire to do right by her current colleagues. And a more thoughtful resignation might have improved her odds of getting a good reference from your boss if she ever needed one.
Here's my take on this one:
I'm sure many of you have thoughts on this issue, so let me have it. How much notice do you think an employer should receive when an employee resigns?
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