[vc_video link=”https://soundcloud.com/user-745793386/talent10x-jellyvisions-mary-beth-wynn-on-why-top-talent-doesnt-give-two-weeks-notice” el_width=”50″ align=”center”] The latest Talent10x podcast features Mary Beth Wynn, senior vice president of people at Chicago-based technology company Jellyvision. In the episode, Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with Wynn about the company’s graceful leave policy, an effort by the company to abolish the practice of two weeks’ notice in favor of a more open, honest and transparent protocol. Listen here or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. Also, check our Associate Editor Lauren Dixon’s earlier piece on Jellyvision’s graceful leave policy here.
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