Chicago Tribune Writer Alexia Elajalde-Ruiz on that mic-drop moment when quitting your job

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Chicago Tribune Writer Alexia Elajalde-Ruiz joins Matt Bubala to talk about telling your boss to “shove it” right before heading out the door for good. The personal stories she covers here include that of a woman who relinquished her employer of her biggest contribution before she quit.

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