Leaving one job and a state for another

Why do people leave jobs? Why did you leave your last job? Were you looking for more pay? Perhaps better working conditions? Or as many peop...



Why do people leave jobs?


Why did you leave your last job?

Were you looking for more pay? Perhaps better working conditions?

Or as many people have experienced, had you worn out your welcome?

If we are to interpret one publication from Eugene, OR., former home to Elk Grove's new police chief, Robert Lehner has worn out his welcome. The Eugene Weekly recently opined:
• Eugene Police Chief Robert Lehner should start looking for another job, if he isn’t already. Unconfirmed rumors have him applying for a chief position in the Sacramento suburbs. He failed to conduct a promised internal investigation of the documented failings of many other EPD officers in the Magaña sex scandal. He failed to investigate the EPD’s documented far higher stop and search rates for blacks and Latinos. Now he’s shown no respect for the independent police auditor function and the voters who enacted it, purposefully and secretly violating city law by not disclosing to the police auditor a complaint against a police officer. For Eugene police officers entrusted with tremendous coercive power and deadly force, Lehner sets a poor example. He’s worn out his credibility and effectiveness here and should go.

So are people in Eugene saying their gain is Elk Grove's loss?

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