The days of happy alumni singing your praises seem to be over. More than three-quarters of departing workers say they would not recommend their ex-employer to others, according to a new Corporate Executive Board (CEB) survey of 4,300 employees.
In 2008, only 42% said they wouldn’t recommend their employer. The CEB says the scores reflect perceived poor treatment during the downturn, which has helped fuel a spike in employment-related lawsuits.
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