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What to do when a key employee quits

Everyone wants to part on good terms, but you need to set reasonable boundaries when you lose someone who is key to your organisation

20th November, 2016

In recent months, we have been instructed by many employers seeking advice in situations where a key member of staff has handed in their notice. The main concerns are usually about the impact this could have on the business, particularly if the employee is moving to a competitor.

What if that key employee is your top salesperson or trader? What if they have excellent relationships with your clients and customers?

The impact this type of...

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