For He's A Jolly Good Fellow: To my supervisor, Rhaleigh. HE will be leaving our company, and will be living abroad, in Australia. Good luck boss!
For He's A Jolly Good Fellow: To Jowell, good luck sir. We will miss your horse playing at the office.
For She's A Jolly Good Fellow: To KJ, I really don't know you that well, but hey, good luck!
Which Nobody Can't Deny.
3 people will be leaving our group. And no one will replace them. I mean, their job will be given to another person. Sooner or later, that other person will leave.
So how will you guys deal with these lost? Yes, our company will survive without them. But there's a problem that you're not solving. Sooner or later, more people will leave our group. Sooner or later, everyone will be burnt out. We already lost 8 people just this year. And i promise you this, a couple more will leave before the year ends. I'm sad that this is happening in our company. Our company that I once loved. A teambuilding activity will not solve this problem. People will say that this is just reality, that an employee resigns. The question is how do you keep them. How do you make them happy as much as you can?