When we read this piece in today’s New York Post, we couldn’t nod our heads more in agreement. Not that we agree with the scenario but that we’ve seen it happen time and time again.
Loyal employee decides to give four weeks notice to a current employer before jumping ship — ample time, right? Out of respect, the employee wants to wrap things up and leave things on a really good note.
Screeeeeeech! Yes, that would be the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard.
Lo and behold, the employer turns around to tell you they only need you for two weeks and after that, you’re free to leave. And they’re free to stop paying you. Read more