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Study reveals how Americans communicate when quitting a job
Quitting a job can be emotional. Whether you’re excited to move on, sad to leave your coworkers, or somewhere in between it’s still a big life change.
Language learning company, Preply, surveyed Americans to see what quitting looks like nationwide and how well (or not) employees are handling it.
- Over 1 in 10 managers report being unjustifiably yelled at by an employee about their experience
- A whopping 72% of managers admit that exit interviews are more about formality than actual feedback
- Over 1 in 10 Americans have written emotionally charged reviews of former employers on platforms like Glassdoor or elsewhere online
- 1 in 8 employees have admitted to timing their resignations to cause maximum disruption to their employer
You can read the full report here.