How Should You Address Employees Who ‘Won’t Go Quietly’ When They Quit?

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How you leave a job can make a huge impact on how you move forward, but it can also make a huge impact on the company you leave. Recent research conducted by Reflektive, a people management platform, revealed interesting insights concerning the connection between unfair performance reviews and how likely people are to quit. Additionally, its findings show that many employees would not go quietly if they quit. Instead, they would bad-mouth their organization via one of many increasingly available and public outlets.

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I recently sat down with Rachel Ernst, the VP of

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