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Properly planning the exit strategy

Thursday, July 02, 2015 @ 8:00 PM | By Geoff Kirbyson

There are few things as disruptive to a company as a top employee walking into the corner office and handing in their resignation.

It often catches managers completely off guard and can throw a wrench into major pieces of work, potentially costing the firm business or, worse, clients.

There’s no way to stop the ebbs and flows of employee movement, of course, but the departure of a key person doesn’t have to trigger immediate chaos.

The common misperception is that people need to give their bosses...