Luke Lambert A generation ago, the dissolution of a professional relationship between employee and employer was akin to a divorce. At best, an amicable parting of ways often left behind the sting of disappointment over what could have been. On the other hand, difficult exits brought on by competitor poachings or corporate downsizing bore uglier consequences ranging from tarnished reputations to legal action. Neither party seemed interested in recognizing the mutual advantages of staying in touch. Not anymore.
Tip Sheet: The Business Case for Ex-Employee Relations
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