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There May Be 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, but Only Seven Ways to Quit Your Job

You’ve quit a job, right? How did you do it? Did you provide two weeks’ notice or did you slink away or did you throw a screaming fit? These are just three of the seven ways you can leave a job. I’m sure you’re more creative than the researchers, though, so tell me how you’ve […] The post There May Be 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, but Only Seven Ways to Quit Your Job appeared first on Evil HR Lady.
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