Ending the Employer-Employee Relationship-Resignation vs. Termination

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Despite high-profile portrayals in the media and entertainment industry to the contrary, most managers don’t enjoy firing employees. Indeed, many go through great lengths to avoid firing staff, such as investing in performance improvement plans (PIPs) or looking for other roles within the company that better fit the employee’s strengths.

Still, whether due to poor performance, violation of company policies or some other issue, employees can and do get fired all the time.

Life can be difficult for someone who’s recently been terminated from a job, particularly when looking for a new job. Potential employers are understandably wary

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