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So my problem manager has resigned and gave several weeks of notice. All of his responsibilities have been delegated and we are in transition mode to work with his direct reports. I can see improvement already. We have a list of action items from the staff and prioritizing.
While he is slightly disruption to the staff, I have decided to keep the manager until his final day. Do you think this is a good idea? Frankly, I have a reputation of releasing staff within days of resigning. He could be playing the odds of this happening and could approach me to leave sooner. Did I miss the boat on negotiating his last day?