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Bertagnoli, Lisa
August 2006
Crain's Chicago Business;8/7/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 32, p39
The article discusses the leaving and rejoining of a company by its employees. When employees leave a company, a door is closed behind them. But, that usually is not locked. A well-done exit and well-timed return is considered as a good career decision. However, the outgoing employees should follow well laid exit strategies, they should behave professionally, keep in touch informally and consult their former employer. INSET: EXIT STRATEGIES.


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