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When employees say goodbye, don’t let a bruised ego cloud your judgment

four-reasons-not-to-be-a-jerk-220x207It’s often hard for executives to see young, talented people leave their company, but people often have to change jobs, employers or careers to broaden their skills and explore new challenges.

While these shifts can be rewarding to people, more companies are realizing that they also have a lot to gain when employees come and go. In fact, some smart companies, including Procter & Gamble and IBM, learned long ago that fostering positive relationships with outgoing employees—treating them as esteemed alumni rather than traitors—can help the bottom line. In my latest post on LinkedIn Pulse, I explain why.

Read the post: Four Reasons Not to Be a Jerk When Employees Say Goodbye 

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