Rage quitting happens. We love it in movies where the hero does a “you can’t fire me, I quit!” rant and storms out. It’s not so great when one of your employees does it, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers found out on Sunday.
Antonio Brown ripped off his football pads and shirt and left the field shirtless. (Thankfully, he left his pants on.) Coach Bruce Arians said Brown is no longer a member of the team. While NFL players aren’t at-will employees, so a termination or voluntary resignation is more complicated than most employees, it’s safe to say they aren’t planning on having him back any time soon.
It can happen in your business, but it doesn’t have to. Of course, you can’t prevent it one hundred percent, but there is a lot you can do. Here are four things you need to do.
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