As if cultivating, implementing and adapting to COVID-19 safety protocols isn’t challenging enough, employment lawyers are now taking on the additional task of helping navigate corporate clients through a growing threat delivered in the form of an 8½x11 resignation letter.

Turns out, one of the unexpected side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the Great Resignation, a widespread trend of employees leaving their jobs after citing experiences of being overworked, underpaid, undervalued or unaccommodated.

Sheri Oluyemi, attorney with The Law Office of Sheri Oluyemi in Atlanta, GA. Courtesy photo Sheri Oluyemi, attorney with The Law Office of Sheri Oluyemi in Atlanta. (Courtesy photo)

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