“Have your thoughts outlined so you can clearly say why you’re leaving. You don’t want to go in and start saying ‘I hate my manager, I hate the company; the company is crap.’ You don’t want to use emotional responses. You can provide feedback while leaving with respect and dignity,” said Chui.
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Lisa Chui is the VP of Finance + HR at Ubiquity Retirement + Savings. She is a 17-year veteran and expert in Silicon Valley finance with an emphasis in disruptive technology and start-ups. She began her career in marketing finance and later moved into the tech sector before venturing into Private Equity. Lisa currently heads up both the finance and HR functions at Ubiquity and spends her days budgeting, forecasting, recruiting and ensuring our employees are happy and engaged. She is excited to help propel Ubiquity’s growth through human capital, profitability, and innovation.
November 12, 2015 at 9:23 am