Before you take a long leave, have a plan and enlist others

02/25/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Advance planning is the key to a successful leave of absence, if you are to maintain your professional standing and reputation. An iron-clad timeline for tying up loose ends, knowing your rights, having a discussion with your boss and entrusting a valued co-worker to keep you in the loop are all good strategies.

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