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Take This Job And Shove It, Say The Majority Of Employees Who Quit

The way someone chooses to leave their job can serve as a "diagnostic tool" for the company. The way someone chooses to leave their job can serve as a "diagnostic tool" for the company. Whether you give your employer appropriate notice and thank them for their leadership, or quit in a rage never to be heard from again, the way in which you choose to resign can reveal a lot about you, your employer, and the work environment.
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