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How to Teach Your Employees the Art of Resigning Gracefully

How to Teach Your Employees the Art of Resigning Gracefully

How your employees resign matters. And, believe it or not, organizations can teach employees how to resign with grace. Doing so not only makes offboarding smoother, but it can actually turn employee resignations into a net positive for their teams. Here’s how.


Employee Resignations Don’t Have to Be Painful

Every company deals with employee resignations. Turnover is part of life in growing organizations. And every HR professional deals with handling the offboarding process that follows employee resignations. (We even put together a checklist that helps you deal with offboarding during COVID-19.) 

I’m sure you’re well aware by now that some offboarding is happier than others. But, in the latest episode of HR Party of One, I explain how employee departures don’t have to be painful. In fact, you can actually teach employees the best way to leave your organization. As a result, what was once a net negative is now a benefit for everyone involved. 

Watch the full episode to learn how to make this happen:

If you’d like to learn more about this and other industry updates, I recommend that you check out the BerniePortal blog.


Additional Onboarding and Offboarding Resources

If you’re interested in learning more about onboarding and offboarding, I recommend you take a look at some of the other great BerniePortal resources we have available: 

HR's Innovative Strategies for Employee Retention

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