This is a Nearly FML. It’s an FML, nearly. It got positive votes from the users, by wasn’t approved by our team.
By unemployed not so fast / Monday 2 January 2017 17:55 / United States - Saint Cloud
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By  scififemme  |  23

I always check references and it has led me to select a different candidate -- that doesn't mean that OPshould do it, though. He has no obligation to the company since he is no longer employed there.

By  rodfergie  |  14

I had a job that tried that. I gave them 3 month notice to find a replacement before I left, and they "never got around to it". 2 werks after I left they wanted me to come in and train my replacement. I told them it would be double my hourly wage with a 100 hour minimum.

By  annalily5  |  28

Ask for double time or charge them by the hour. Then sit back next to the new hire as they go through the How-Tos and play on your phone, tell them to read and ask if they need anything clarified. After they hang their head in shame cash out a nice big check to hold you over until your next job.

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