I Hereby Resign: How to Navigate the Thorny Process of Moving to and Hiring from the Competition
Steven L. Manchel, Esq., that has extensive national experience in recruiting matters and in the employee departure arena joins Enterprise Radio. The case study in his new book, I Hereby Resign is used in a class in which he continues to lecture at the Harvard Business School.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
- What inspired you to write the book?
- Who is the book for/what is your audience?
- When in the transitioning process do you think someone should read your book/what if they have not decided to leave?
- How do you see your book being helpful/used?
- What if the reader is not a lawyer?
- How does the book work for both individuals and companies? Traditionally, those groups are separated, so why do you think one book works for both?
- If someone reads this book, do they still need a lawyer and, if so, why and what type of lawyer?
Steven L. Manchel, Esq. possesses the highest possible attorney rating and has extensive national experience in recruiting matters, broker-dealer litigation, securities litigation, and complex civil litigation. In the employee departure arena, he has handled matters ranging from single employee transitions to the types of retention and attraction issues arising from large corporate mergers and acquisitions. The case study in his new book, I Hereby Resign (New Academia, Aug. 27, 2019), is used in a class in which he continues to lecture at the Harvard Business School.
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