Manager refused 'best employee' time off for graduation, so she did this…

Manager refused 'best employee' time off for graduation, so she did this…

Holiday requests can often cause rifts within the workplace - however, when HR acts accordingly and fairly disputes can be avoided completely - The Telegraph reports.

An anonymous employer recently wrote into online forum Ask A Manager, asking advice after their “best employee” quit on the spot. They went on to say that the worker handed in her notice after the manager refused to give her a few hours off to attend her graduation.

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