Every hiring manager and HR person knows that the first few weeks of employment are critical to the success of the employees. But what about the last two weeks?
We know the last two weeks matter from an employee’s perspective: This is the time to secure references for the future, train people to take over their role and influence how their coworkers remember them. Almost every employee knows they should work diligently and efficiently during their last two weeks on a job, even if they’re counting down the minutes until they head out the door.
But the last two weeks should be equally important to you as an employer. The way you react and treat departing employees is reflective of your culture as a whole. Here are five reasons why you should make sure the last two weeks are a positive experience for employees:
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