Usually high turnover under a particular manager is a red flag that leadership should be concerned with and looking into, so it's always confusing to me when the company either disregards it or doesn't notice it. Lucky for you - it sounds like you have a light at the end of the horrible boss tunnel! Thanks for reading!

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Jessica Donahue, PHR

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I help startups and small businesses attract, engage, and retain the best talent at AdjunctLeadership.com → Join my mini leadership course: bit.ly/307AheB

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