How to Get the Best out of a Resignation

Posted in : HR Updates on 10 June 2019
Olga Pollock
Phoenix Natural Gas Ltd

I remember years ago a manager telling me that he never knew how to handle an employee's resignation; should he congratulate the person or not, given that they have decided to leave the organisation and go elsewhere? Of course, the reasons employees leave their job are endless and sometimes it can even be welcome news. But on this occasion the manager was talking about an employee who was leaving to go to a similar job with a competitor.

Over the years I have witnessed different reactions to resignations from positive to negative. While some resignations can come as a disappointment, my

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This article is correct at 10/06/2019
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Olga Pollock
Phoenix Natural Gas Ltd

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