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    Updated 07/15/2017
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Hoscakal        Chào ông        hamba kakuhle

GOODBYE ... I'M OUTTA HERE!


   Making the Move: From Paralysis to Action in 
   Leaving Your Job (Or Anything)  |  Linkedin, Srinivasan Pillay                                                                    07/12/2017
    So you’ve realized that you hate your current job. You’re committed to leaving. And you
    have drawn up the list of why the current job is bad and a move would be good. But you
    still can’t make that move and you’re daunted by the task of doing something. Why is this
    happening and what else can you do about this?


    Quitting Gracefully  |  Challenger, Gray & Christmas
    Last week, Sean Spicer suddenly resigned from his position as White House Press Secretary.
    According to The New York Times, this resignation was prompted by Anthony Scaramucci’s
    hiring as Communications Director. While most Americans will never have to navigate quitting
    a job under the scrutiny of the public eye like Spicer, learning when and how to quit
    professionally and gracefully is important for all employees, according to one workplace
    authority.
    “The decision to quit your job can be incredibly difficult and personal. Oftentimes, numerous
     factors are at play. However, there’s a right way to leave your previous position that allows
     you to maintain your professional network and the reputation you built at your firm,” said
     Andrew Challenger, Vice President of global outplacement and executive coaching firm
     Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc.