About a year ago, I wrote a column criticizing an "advice article" in the Chicago Tribune about the practice of giving two-week notices when leaving a company. (Ready to leave? Why you shouldn't give two weeks' notice
) It was published both on ePrairie and with the Wisconsin Technology Network (WTN). The Wisconsin copy was left ......Full article >>>
something goes wrong in that two-week period. You might have this scenario:
"Joe left and didn't finish the quarterly report."
"Sally was supposed to contact the clients for the new product presentation."
"The new pamphlets were supposed to be added to the folders by Bob."
If something isn't finished, the person leaving becomes the scapegoat for every......Full article >>>
switch of physicians has not been a good switch. Yes, I have been able to keep my head above water with a new doctor, but it has caused a ton of stress with physical and mental problems. I have been asked to take on more responsibilities that three people could not do.
I was contacted by someone who was opening a new facility in a different field of medicine and they wanted to interview ......Full article >>>
his employer. Though this event happened nine months ago, I still continue to receive phone calls from clients.
When you work with the highest intention for your employer, remain ethical in communication and interactions, practice honesty and high ethics, receive outstanding sales awards, create a repeat clientele base and provide proper notice to leave, why would a company treat me or an......Full article >>>
o move immediately. For those who are taken aback by employees leaving and creating an immediate void, maybe you should get some training on how to work with people.
While stress isn't part of your paycheck, it is part of your doctor bills.