Take this job and shove it

Take this job and shove it
Take this job and shove it 

Quitting a job is a choice that successful people often have to make. This article gives some helpful tips on how to leave a job without leaving a wrong impression. Don't cut off a tie when you are building your career. Find a job you like, and you add five days to every week. Sometimes it's a natural choice to leave a company, but one of the essential decisions that you can make in your career is to leave your current employer in the right way. Like any other relationship, there are faults and virtues with every company. At the end of a relationship, people tend to focus on their responsibilities. Breaking up is hard to do. When you leave a company, it is like breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend. Regardless of how you do it, there will still be emotions. The longer the relationship, the deeper the feelings. Remember this during the separation. People express their opinions in different ways, so be prepared to respond with compassion. It's a small world, and I've learned first hand not to cut off ties. 

I was hired by my former boss within two years of leaving the company. He had moved onto a bigger job with another company and thought of me when a position came open in his department. Since we had a great relationship, the interview process was both short and painless. Also, the job was a significant step up for me both professionally and financially. To do or not to do? Here are a few do's and don'ts that may help make the transition somewhat easier for everyone. DO write and give a simple resignation letter to your immediate boss and, perhaps, your human resources director. By putting a few critical items in writing, it memorializes your intention to leave the company. It allows you to pre-play the discussion with your boss. The letter should include the following: your last day on the job, open items that you need to complete before leaving, and any work that you will need to pass off to someone else. Don't say anything negative about the company or anyone working for the company. While this is a good policy to employ at all times, it is critical when you are leaving. Disgruntled employees may seek you out during this time to air their negative feelings about the company or people working. Resist the temptation to entertain these conversations. Your comments will likely be shared with others. DO give as much advance notice as possible to allow for a smooth transition. 

Typically, this is two to four weeks. Use your best judgment to decide how long you will need to give remembering what's best for the company. Know that the company may ask you to leave immediately, especially if you're going to work for a competitor. This is nothing personal and should not be considered an insult. DO work hard until you leave. It's perfectly natural to get short-timer's disease as you have mentally moved onto the new position. Whether discussing movies, books, or relationships, people generally remember the beginning and end more than the middle. Don'T take anything that is not yours. Whether it's a stapler, a book that belongs to the company, copy paper, or paper clips, leave them behind. While you're busy, tidy up a bit. Do make yourself available for your replacement, if the company hires your replacement before you leave, offer to train them. After you have departed, it's good to leave a phone number where you can be reached with times that it is acceptable to call. Don't abuse e-mail, the telephone, or the internet during your last days. Be sure to keep your communication as professional as you have during your tenure. There's no reason that you still can't be friends when it's over. Suppose you are careful to maintain a good reputation with the company, its suppliers, customers, and employees. It will pay off considerably, and it may not happen right away, but your paths will cross again.

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Take this job and shove it
Quitting a job is a choice that successful people often have to make. This article gives some helpful tips on how to leave a job without leaving a wrong impression. Don't cut off a tie when you are building your career. Find a job you like, and you add five days to every week. Sometimes it's a natural choice to leave a company, but one of the essential decisions that you can make in your career is to leave your current employer in the right way. Like any other relationship, there are faults and virtues with every company. At the end of a relationship, people tend to focus on their responsibilities. Breaking up is hard to do. When you leave a company, it is like breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend. Regardless of how you do it, there will still be emotions. The longer the relationship, the deeper the feelings. Remember this during the separation. People express their opinions in different ways, so be prepared to respond with compassion. It's a small world, and I've learned first hand not to cut off ties.
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