Cummings | How HR should handle high-level exits

How HR should handle high-level exits

It’s a story that has dominated the headlines all weekend: the resignation of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chief aide Dominic Cummings. 

For those hooked into the world of politics, news of Johnson’s leading aide resigning is huge news. Yet, not everyone in HR will care or see how it relates to the day-to-day priorities they have. 

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