It is a fact that many people change jobs. They may find another job that they consider to be more attractive, or there may be a change in their circumstances. Occasionally, people resign from their job because they are unhappy or disillusioned in their current position. Whatever the reason, you will need to handle the resignation process in a methodical manner to ensure minimal disruption to the organisation. If, for some reason, the employee leaves on bad terms, you will need to take care to avoid the possibility of legal action being taken against the organisation.
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