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The Real Reason People Are Quitting Jobs is A Failure of Trust

It’s the same reason that destroys any relationship

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Years ago, before email, I worked for a boss who was thrilled when he walked by my desk and saw me busy opening envelopes.

He was oblivious that I was doing unproductive, mind-numbing work that could be done by someone else for less than half my salary.




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Ilana Rabinowitz

Ilana Rabinowitz

Writing wellness, family, and the future. Author of Inside Therapy and Mountains are Mountains.

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