What should I do if my key senior executives wishes to change his job?
One of my key senior executives wishes to switch from a full time to a part time job ( two day a week ) as he intend to devote his life working as a non paid volunteer for a charitable organization and also taking care of his young children ( his wife has recently left him ). How can I keep him to work for my company
Asked By: Nicolas Nguyen - 4/9/2009
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By making it easy for him to do, for now, as he wishes. Clearly the gentleman is already under great pressure to do several divergent tasks away from the office. Divorce, acquisition of children on a full time basis, his desire to be a non-paid volunteer add up to a mind numbing, and probably unachievable, set of goals... More
Answered By: Blitz11 - 4/9/2009
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If you are in a corporate position where you get a say on hiring/firing/retention on senior anything or anything executives and are looking for advice on such matters on YA, then I wouldn't worry much about it, because the company won't last long.
Answered By: M F - 4/9/2009
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