Including Employer in Outside Business Plans Helps Everyone (19/75)

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Being transparent with your employer as soon as you can will also help everyone. In my situation, I was clear with them from day one when I picked up my first client. I kept an open line of communication as to how quickly or slowly I’d need to progress with my outside business. That way they were able to find my replacement and I was able to spend 4 weeks with her training and reviewing the job duties. That was incredibly helpful to my replacement, my employer, and to me knowing everyone was in good hands. 

Contributors: Lucinda Wolford from Clean House Cincinnati and Cleaning Up!

Written by Zak Parker

Journalist, writer, musician, professional procrastinator. I'll add more here later.

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