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    Human Resources: Leaving a Job

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    What are some specific events that might cause you to leave an organization without having found a different job? Which dimensions of job satisfaction are most important to you? Would you accept less pay to work in a job with better co-workers or better benefits? Why?

    Does the specific industry, location of position, ability for promotion, learning opportunities, etc. affect your ability to accept or decline certain career paths? Explain.

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    Human Resource Questions

    What are some specific events that might cause you to leave an organization without having found a different job?

    Some specific events that may cause one to leave an organization without having found another job may include:

    employment or position termination; job-related injury; job location; parental responsibility; marriage/divorce or other family-related issue; employment-related ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution discusses the decision to leave a job at a company.

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