9 smartest moves to make after giving your two weeks notice



After finally getting the courage to tell your boss that you quit, it’s tempting to spend the next two weeks doing, um, nothing. While that plan sounds tempting, it’ll only cause you more stress later down the road — and it could also (very easily) burn bridges with your co-workers.

To ensure you get great future references and make lasting connections with everyone you work with, plan to help your employer tie up loose ends so you can leave the same way you arrived — on a high note. Nine entrepreneurs from Young Entrepreneur Council provide some suggestions based on their own experiences managing employees who quit. Read more…

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