This company pays its employees to leave. Those on notice period get 10% hike

This company pays its employees to leave. Those on notice period get 10% hike

Of course, we don’t want people to leave. But we’re fools to think they’re all going to retire with us. Our approach is to make transitions as seamless as possible,” Gorilla founder Jon Franko said.
Jon Franko, the CEO of Gorilla, said that the policy ensure that there are no hard feelings between the company and the outgoing employees. (Image credit: LinkedIn)
A marketing agency in the US has a unique policy to ensure no hard feelings between the company and its employees even when they are quitting. The agency even offers a 10 per cent hike to its employees serving notice.

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The founder of Gorilla, Jon Franko, said, “From the moment an employee tells us of their decision to leave Gorilla and that they are in the search for a new job, any full-time employee who gives us at least six weeks’ notice will be given a 10 per cent salary increase for the remainder of their time at Gorilla. We ask that they leave within three months.”

“This encourages our people to do something different if they’re feeling stuck or in the wrong place. It also gives us time to prepare for how we’ll move forward. It’s way better than the normal two-week sprint,” Franco wrote on LinkedIn, insisting that the policy ensures that there are “no hard feelings”

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Jon Franko, the CEO of Gorilla, said that the policy ensure that there are no hard feelings between the company and the outgoing employees.
A marketing agency in the US has a unique policy to ensure no hard feelings between the company and its employees even when they are quitting. The agency even offers a 10 per cent hike to its employees serving notice.

The founder of Gorilla, Jon Franko, said, “From the moment an employee tells us of their decision to leave Gorilla and that they are in the search for a new job, any full-time employee who gives us at least six weeks’ notice will be given a 10 per cent salary increase for the remainder of their time at Gorilla. We ask that they leave within three months.”

“This encourages our people to do something different if they’re feeling stuck or in the wrong place. It also gives us time to prepare for how we’ll move forward. It’s way better than the normal two-week sprint,” Franco wrote on LinkedIn, insisting that the policy ensures that there are “no hard feelings”.

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