Planning an Exit

Taking the proper steps before an employee exits from a company can ensure that he or she leaves in good standing. This can be prompted by finding a new position, needing to leave for personal reasons or even retirement. Proper planning can be important for making certain that future recommendations are strong and that a door might be left open to return. Exit strategies may include such points as planning the termination date, writing the resignation letter, preparing a new worker for takeover of a position and completing unfinished business. Regardless of the reason for employee-prompted termination, planning an exit is considered a professional and considerate undertaking.

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