Love Island | What HR should consider when staff go on reality TV

What HR should consider when staff go on reality TV

Last year, a Love Island contestant burnt bridges with her previous employer after it was revealed that she gave just one day of notice before quitting her job to go on the show.

Samira Mighty worked as part of the Dreamgirls cast at London’s Savoy Theatre but quickly quit her role leaving her employer in the lurch before jetting off to Majorca.

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