There is a right way and a wrong way to leave an organization, and it’s in your best interest to get it right.
We have all been there or witnessed it: A job has run its course and it is time to move on. Emotions run high on your last day of employment and there is more than likely a need to give hugs, shed tears, or rant the frustrations that actually led to your departure. While making a scene on your last day may feel therapeutic, it could also become something that you will seriously regret later.
Here are the 7 best steps to follow when departing your employer.
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