5 Things to do When an Employee Resigns

Whatever the reason for an employee's resignation may be, taking the proper actions after the resignation has been received is vitally important. Not only can taking the proper actions help protect your company from future potential legal action but also can make the separation process much less painful for the company and the leaving employee. Here are five important tasks that should be at the top of your list. 1)

Treat Your Candidates Right: Build Good Will with Rejection Letters

As a hiring manager, you understand, all too well, that no one enjoys being rejected for a job. That's part of the reason it's so difficult to write a rejection letter to candidates that simply aren't a good fit for the position you have available. It's not fun being the bearer of bad news, after all. This leaves many businesses skipping the important step of touching base with job candidates who do not "fit the bill" for whatever reason to [...]

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