How To Be A Good Leaver

During the recruitment process, employees owe an implied duty of confidentiality and fidelity to their employer under English Law. These duties are then normally reinforced or extended by express terms in an employee’s contract of employment. Senior employees can also, in certain circumstances, owe fiduciary duties to act at all times in the best interests of

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Lions Led By Donkeys

There are several common themes to the reasons why top performing individuals (Rainmakers) will take steps to leave their current employer, but one root cause; they leave poor managers and join dynamic organisations with vision. It is the highest performers in any organisation that have the right qualities, skills, determination and vision to be the leaders

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