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- The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
- Executives at these companies have said publicly that they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they sometimes want to help them with the process.
- Some research suggests that employee departures can bolster the company’s and the manager’s image, if the employees leave for high-status competitors.
Interviewing for a job while you have another job can be tricky — often you end up lying to your current employer about why you’re late to work or stuffing a suit jacket under your desk so no one asks why you look so spiffy today.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- NFL receiver Jordy Nelson has retired after making $57 million but will continue to work up to 12 hours a day on the family farm
- The US CEO of Siemens got told all the time that she wasn’t ‘executive material,’ and it taught her the most important leadership lesson of her career
- The reason Melinda Gates almost quit her Microsoft job in the 1980s reveals an unfortunate truth about what it really takes to get ahead at work