Whether you’ve decided to move on, you’ve been terminated, or laid off, we have advice for you this week. All links are focused on helping you transition out of a job. Whatever the reason, these links are sure to have some beneficial advice. Whether you’re just starting to think about leaving, or if you are on your way out tomorrow, there is something for you here.
If you’re just starting to consider departing your current place of employment, you’ll probably want to start searching. However, it’s usually important that your search remain a secret from your current employer. If it’s discovered you are looking, you may face backlash and even termination. If you begin conducting your search, there are some rules and suggestions you should follow. They will help keep your search secret!
Before you decide to quit your job, you may want to consider a statistic: 23% of people who quit their job wish they didn’t. This statistic is based on a survey that was conducted by Accountemps that examined why people regretted leaving their job. The article examines the top 5 reasons people wished they didn’t leave their position. While you may feel beyond the point of no return, it’s worth giving the article a read to make sure you don’t have regrets after quitting.
Quitting your job is typically not an easy decision, and preparing to leave can be equally challenging. It’s not uncommon to focus on the new opportunities instead of wrapping up your old responsibilities. If you find yourself getting ready to quit, you should give this article a read over. Not only does it help you decide if it’s the right choice, it also has some valuable advice. Most notably, it will help you focus on the right things as your prepare to make your exit.
If you want to leave on good terms, it’s smart to give two weeks notice to your employer before leaving. This article covers the question of whether or not it is legally required, in addition to other related topics. If you’re not sure what to say in your formal resignation letter, or who you should tell first, this article has everything you need to know. Anyone giving their two week’s notice would be wise to give this a look.
Starting a new job should be incredibly exciting and exhilarating. New project, new coworkers, and a new workplace usually mean a fresh start. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes things just don’t work out, and the job isn’t what you expected. It’s a tough situation to be in, and there’s no easy way out. This article will not only help prepare to actually quit, but also discusses the possible repercussions of doing so. It’s better to go in knowing what may happen than being blissfully ignorant.
You’ve gave your two weeks, and now you’re on your last day. It might be tempting to just coast out until you leave, but there are still some housekeeping matters you should attend to. Expenses, passwords, and goodbyes should all be addressed before you step out the door for your last time. There are a few simple things you can do that will make a big difference in helping your boss transition you out, and someone new in. Anything you can do to ease the transition will help you maintain a strong relationship with your employer.
Leaving an old job and starting a new one can be a very exciting and strange time. It’s easy to focus on moving forward, but it’s important to make sure you leave on a good note if possible. We hope the advice found in this week’s links help you with your decision making, and navigating the transition!