Another member of Vice President Kamala Harris’s team is leaving the White House.

Michael Fuchs, Harris’ deputy chief of staff, is expected to leave the vice president’s office in early May.

Fuchs’ resignation was disclosed in an internal message to the company’s employees. “It’s been the honor of a lifetime to serve in this administration, working for the Vice President and President on behalf of the American people. Fifteen months later, it’s almost difficult to recall the magnitude of the challenges we faced when we came in, from an unprecedented pandemic to historically difficult economic circumstances. And, it is thanks to the work of this administration – and all of you – that our country has had such success in tackling these challenges and turning things around,” Fuchs remarked.

The reason for Fuchs’ departure has yet to be revealed. In recent months, though, leaving Harris’ office has become somewhat of a pattern. In fact, Fuchs is the sixth Harris employee to depart. Kate Childs Graham, Harris’s speechwriter; Senior Adviser Symone Sanders; Peter Velz, director of press operations; Vince Evans, deputy director of the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs; and Communications Director Ashley Etienne are among the names on the list.

Why any of these people decided to call it quits, may be unclear, however, It is not uncommon for a significant turnover rate to occur during the first year of an administration.

Several stories, unfortunately, have claimed that Vice President Kamala Harris’ workplace isn’t the most pleasant place to work.