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It’s time to address an annoying, longstanding, and frankly outdated tradition: the two-week notice. A business practice that is as obsolete as fax machines and paper resumes.
Once upon a time, in an era lost to the mists of time, somebody thought: “Hey, employees need to give companies a heads up before they peace out” and thus, the two-week notice was born. In theory, this notice period provides employers with time to find a replacement, redistribute tasks, and ensure no disruption in services. But I can guarantee you there are very few replacements being found and hired within
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