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Reporting For Duty As An Employee After Selling A Business

Shutterstock After my first business was acquired, I stayed on for nearly four months to help make the transition a smooth one operationally and administratively for the new owner. Even though it was no longer my company, I wanted it to continue its record of success. As I worked through that interim [...]
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