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Should Employers Stay Friendly with Former Employees?

February 25, 2019, www.shrm.org, by Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP, and Allen Smith, J.D.

This is the second in a three-part series of articles on contacting former employees for business reasons. Today’s article explores reasons that employers may want to maintain a positive relationship with workers post-employment. The first part discusses what to do with a returned paycheck or W-2 (www.shrm.org/ResourcesAndTools/legal-and-compliance/employmentlaw/Pages/Former-Employee-Ghosted-Returned-Check-or-W-2-.aspx) form.

Social media and other methods of online communication have made it easier than ever to keep in touch with former employees—and there are good reasons why businesses may want to stay in contact with them and maintain positive relationships post-employment.  To read entire article click here.

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