3 reasons to avoid burning bridges with your former employees

11/2/2011 | Inc. online (free registration)

While it's easy to let emotions get in the way when employees decide to leave your business, it's important to keep them under control and stay on good terms, Dave Balter writes. Building positive vibes can help attract top talent and new customers, who might reach out to former employees on social sites to get a feel for your company. Your former employees can also serve as valuable industry contracts and give you another way of looking at your business, he writes.

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