We are not talking about actual suicide obviously, but the situation where an employee threatens to quit on you for no good reason. What should leaders do?
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Seamus Phan writes on Human capital areas, including human resource management (HRM), human resource development (HRD), recruitment, etc. Learning technologies such as web-based training (WBT), will be included in this category.
I failed my junior college and went through national service in the army, and came out to the market after service, to face the worst recession in the 1980s. Unemployment was my daily reflection.
So you’ve got your new diploma/degree, and is raving for a high-paying, high-flying job in marketing, advertising, or public relations. What’s next?
Recently, the world media was abuzz about a certain footballer who bit another on the soccer field, and seemed to have gotten away with it. After all, he has done that a couple of times before, and was never permanently barred from playing professionally (i.e. getting big paychecks).
It was around Christmas of 1984, and I was completing my national service in the army, and was to face the world in a few days. I was a high-school (what we call junior college here) dropout, with no university to go to, and no job in sight.