Wednesday, January 23, 2013

In the garden

Garden leave describes the practice whereby an employee who is leaving a job (having resigned or otherwise had his or her employment terminated) is instructed to stay away from work during the notice period, while still remaining on the payroll. This practice is often used to prevent employees from taking with them up-to-date (and perhaps sensitive) information when they leave their current employer, especially when they are leaving to join a competitor. 

Not me, really. Just the leave part, as in taking some leave days off. Garden is a nice thing, resting and comforting. Been abit sick and got alot to do, alot in my mind. But it's all good. No drama.

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Oh, Raf Simons, I don't mind being in your garden of Dior haute couture

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