Burning Bridges

A friend's daughter recently ended a very unhappy employment experience. The young lady in question was employed in a public relations agency and handled several medium-sized clients. In what sounded like an unprofessional atmosphere, her supervisor and two co-workers had made her experience there unpleasant during the past few months. The decision to leave was difficult because, although she'd been interviewing with other firms, she hadn't yet found another job. In the best tradition of the expression "Not to decide is to decide," she concluded that she would rather work full-time at looking for a new position than continue working in an awful environment. She submitted her resignation and offered to stay on to help with the transition of work to another account representative. Her supervisor declined the offer and asked her to leave by week's end. In an interesting turn of events,

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