Deciding to put in your two weeks at your current job is a big decision. How do you tell your boss, manager, coworkers properly? We’ve compiled a list of how to put in your two weeks, templates in doing so, how to properly leave your job, and more. Check it out!

How to Give Two Weeks Notice (With Examples)

Whether you are sending a resignation letter for common courtesy, or necessity – there are few ways to do so. Here are some examples of “why and when you should write a letter, and getting started. Check it out.

The 5-Step Method for Giving Two Weeks’ Notice (+ a Free Two Weeks’ Notice Template)

Piggybacking on the previous article here is how to properly give two weeks’ notice when leaving your job. Such as dates, a “housekeeping” list, as well as being prepared for your last day before your two weeks are up.

A Guide to Leaving Your Job

“Switching jobs is usually a reliable way to secure a meaningful raise, more rewarding work, or an improved work-life equilibrium, but rushing down that road could lead to poor decisions. Consider this your guide to making an exit — gracefully.” Read more, here.

How to Say Goodbye When You’re Leaving Your Job

Now that you have an idea of how to resign from your position, the next step is telling your coworkers. Whether you have been laid off, or you chose to move on to a new endeavor – properly communicating this to your coworkers is key. Here are some tips.

How to Explain Your Reasons for Leaving a Job

When you are interviewing for a new job, the hiring manager is likely to ask why you are leaving your current position. Maybe you are leaving the industry altogether, the commute is too far, you are looking for different team culture, or maybe you did not enjoy the way your boss managed their staff. Here is how to explain your reasoning for leaving.


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