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Help me leave my job without snookering myself

I would like to leave my job. For various reasons it would be better to do this sooner rather than later and to do so without finding another job first. How do I present this to potential future employers and how do I present it to my current boss? [more inside]
posted by deadwax on Sep 9, 2016 - 4 answers

I'm on disability, and was told to resign. I feel I was verbally abused.

I'm on disability and am on SSI, for auditory processing disorder and bipolar among other things. The boss at my retail store told me he doesn't want me anymore, and said things that i view as harassment, especially since they knew i was disabled when they hired me. My self-esteem is shattered and my depression is back in large part because of these events. I'd like to hear some ideas as to how to proceed with this and what my options are since I feel I was abused. Should I get a lawyer/etc? [more inside]
posted by Thanquol180 on Oct 7, 2015 - 22 answers

Email resignation then phone, or other way around?

As per title. In person is not an option as she works weekdays, me weekends. More inside... [more inside]
posted by glache on Jun 1, 2015 - 16 answers

Leaving My Job - How do I navigate resigning?

This is the first job I'll be leaving because it's just time for me to move on. Previously, I've left because I was moving or school was starting up again. This time, I don't have that to fall back on. I want to put in my notice tomorrow - Help! [more inside]
posted by Bottlecap on Mar 26, 2015 - 24 answers

Might take 8 years to become a senior analyst

Should I stay or look for another job? [more inside]
posted by Mountain28 on Nov 18, 2014 - 12 answers

How to catch hold of a disorganised boss to resign?

I've gotten a job offer I'm happy with. My boss is the distracted, goalpost-is-always-moving kind of guy. As in, his schedule changes day to day, always last minute, even up to the hour before. How is the best way to catch him to advise of my resignation? [more inside]
posted by glache on Nov 4, 2014 - 18 answers

How to resign from a voluntary position?

I have a voluntary position with the union I'm a member of, which involves a lot of extra work, which has been fine up until now. Recently, the job role has changed, with people in my position being encouraged to take on additional duties. There have also been other changes that I'm not happy with. How do I go about resigning my position without causing bad feeling, especially as I will likely need the services of the organisation in the future? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Jan 17, 2013 - 6 answers

want to have a pleasant goodbye for both sides

How to part with your current employer in good terms? [more inside]
posted by akomom on Jul 5, 2012 - 21 answers

Quitting a new job after 2 months...please hope me!

I just hit the two month mark at my new job. I am miserable, due primarily to doing the work of about 3 people and the company culture (it's a small, family run business, and the two sons who are taking over the company in the next 2 years ran down the public hallway cursing each other out and hitting one another yesterday, to the point that one of them left with his face bleeding and we had to talk a tenant down the hall out of calling the cops). I've decided to leave, despite not having another job lined up. a) What's the best way to do this, and b) How do I spin it to potential employers? [more inside]
posted by firei on Mar 27, 2012 - 21 answers

Should I try to hash this out with my boss, even though I'm leaving?

I have plans to resign from a toxic work situation very soon; is it worth addressing the shitty cattiness or should I just grin and bear it till I leave? Am I just overreacting? [more inside]
posted by catch as catch can on Jan 30, 2012 - 21 answers

What information should an exit letter contain?

My boss has asked me to write my own an "intent to leave" letter and I'm wondering if anything else should go in it beside the date of my last day of work. [more inside]
posted by victoriab on Nov 7, 2011 - 17 answers

Should I stay (quiet), or should I go (and blow it all)?

I'm moving to Japan no matter what, but should I tell my current employer sooner rather than later that I have decided to do this? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Sep 26, 2011 - 6 answers

Dirty Pics! Resign or Face Wrath?

Asking for a close friend. Said close friend accidentally left a USB drive in a work computer today that contained less than appropriate photo's of him on it. A co-worker found the drive and the photo's this evening. His boss is now giving him the option to resign this evening or face a full HR investigation in the morning. He recognizes this was a huge mistake on his part, but wonders what to do? Resign tonight, or face the wrath of HR in the morning?
posted by rtodd on Aug 15, 2011 - 70 answers

Ready, set, hesitate.

I was all set to leave my current job in two weeks to take some time off and work on my Masters. I need to call my boss tomorrow to resign, and I have cold feet. Help! Should I take the plunge? [more inside]
posted by Tehhund on Apr 14, 2011 - 7 answers

Brokerage doesn't want our money anymore

My wife's brokerage has just resigned as the guardian of her traditional IRA, due to lack of activity (she's a buy-and-hold type of person, and has more recently been contributing to a Roth IRA). The account contains a few stocks and some cash. She needs to make a decision fairly soon as to what to do with the account -- otherwise they'll just sell the stocks and send her a big check that she'll have to do something with in order to avoid tax penalties. What options should she be considering? (If it matters, the total is less than $20K).
posted by svenx on Jan 20, 2011 - 7 answers

How to resign gracefully when you're going off to work for the opposition.

What is the most graceful way to resign, given that I'll be working for a direct competitor? [more inside]
posted by shiu mai baby on Aug 27, 2010 - 24 answers

Help me stay sane and employed during a difficult work situation

How can I stay sane and employed during a difficult work situation? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Aug 27, 2010 - 18 answers

I notice you're leaving

I recently gave an extended notice period to my employer (ie, notice that I'd be giving notice) to the tune of 7 weeks. I now feel I acted rashly, and am mulling over staying. Is it feasible to rescind notice, if its actually pre-notice? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Apr 14, 2009 - 15 answers

Kindly take this job and shove it, and no hard feelings, ok?

How can I tactfully tell my employer and coworkers that I'm leaving the organization? My timing sucks and leaves everyone I work with in a bit of a bind... [more inside]
posted by Slarty Bartfast on Oct 21, 2008 - 20 answers

How do I resign politely?

Writing a resignation letter and quitting gracefully in a slightly slippery situation [more inside]
posted by Brittanie on May 3, 2008 - 19 answers

How long does my former employer (in New York State) have to get me my final paycheck?

How long does my former employer (in New York State) have to get me my final paycheck? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Feb 20, 2008 - 7 answers

How do I gracefully quit this job?

I need help with formatting a resignation letter. It's a bit complicated. [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Dec 3, 2007 - 17 answers

Quitters never win?

I'm about to resign from my job. The problem is I only started two months ago. How do I break the news? [more inside]
posted by anonymous on Jun 15, 2007 - 13 answers

How do I quit my job in such a way that I still collect upcoming bonus?

I am on the verge of leaving my job at a large game company (the largest) in order to start work elsewhere. Our annual bonus (based on company performance over the last year, expected to be quite good this year) isn't issued till June 1st. I am wondering-- if I give notice and leave before June 1st, am I still entitled to this bonus? How can I find out without potentially spilling the beans that I'm leaving? (I haven't told my manager yet.) Also, if I give 2 weeks notice in such a way that my last day is after June 1st, can the company terminate me in less than 2 weeks so that I don't get my bonus? (In other words if I want to be absolutely sure of collecting my bonus, would it be safest to not give notice at all until June 1st? Assuming I can delay my start date at the new place that long...) [more inside]
posted by anonymous on May 10, 2007 - 31 answers

Dealing with an employer that doesn't understand the words "I quit."

Dealing with an employer that doesn't understand the words "I quit." [more inside]
posted by disaster77 on Oct 9, 2006 - 21 answers

Should I quit my job?

It's very possible I'll be fired from my job next Wednesday. Should I resign before then? What should I tell prospective employers? [more inside]
posted by hamster on Jun 15, 2006 - 38 answers

Cheney, too.

Can Bush be forced to resign? Criminal incompetence is probably not an impeachable offense, but something has to be done about Bush. I'd be interested in being part of a "Bush Must Resign" movement, but absent the threat of impeachment, what kind of pressure could be put on him? Can anyone think of another country, with a system similar to the US, where the leader was forced out without revolution?
posted by barjo on Sep 2, 2005 - 34 answers

Moving On Up... or Not

My manager is resigning. Her position, by all rights, should be mine. I have recommendations from all the various people I work with on a daily basis, and at least two managers (my own, soon-to-be-gone, and another in a related department). The CFO doesn't think I'm ready, however, and is currently trying to head hunt....apparently with some success.

Should I resign if he ignores all these folks and doesn't even at least discuss the issue with me? I think it shows pretty clearly I don't have a future with this company....I've been here for years and can do the job.
posted by taumeson on Dec 10, 2004 - 23 answers

How do you resign from a job that you've never actually worked?

How do you resign from a job that you've never actually worked? I was hired in the fall to teach a continuing ed photography class, but not enough people signed up, so I didn't teach the class. Same thing happened in winter quarter, not enough people to have the class. Now I'm in the position where I can't really do it spring quarter and this will be the time when there are enough people. So, how do I let them know I can't do it?
posted by nramsey on Feb 25, 2004 - 2 answers

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