resigning

should I email my complaints to my team when I resign?

A reader writes: Would it be career suicide to send an email to everyone at my current job explaining why I’m leaving it? My boss turned out to be a two-faced liar who viciously targeted and drove out several coworkers (while quite a few more left because they couldn’t stomach how others were being treated). […]

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my employee quit, but now wants to stay

A reader writes: I have an employee who resigned by email two weeks ago. He sent his resignation by email to the head of HR, one of the VP’s, and the president of the company. Fast forward to last week, when the employee told us that he wants to stay. (Evidently he had a job […]

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my boss is mad that I’m quitting

A reader writes: I recently resigned from my job. I was only at this organization for a year and a half, but I came into this position with a lot of experience from a similar role elsewhere, so I’ve managed to get a lot done in that time. The organization isn’t in great financial shape […]

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do I have to give two weeks notice?

A reader writes: I have received a job offer that I am going to take. I am waiting for background checks to process before I can officially accept and start. What I am wondering is, once my offer is official and I am ready to leave my current job, how vital is it to give […]

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how to ask to resign instead of being fired

A reader writes: I’ve been put on a performance improvement plan after about eight months at my job. My manager says that she doesn’t think I have the skills to perform the job to her standards. After three months on the plan, my manager said she hasn’t seen the improvement she’s been looking for and […]

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since I gave notice, my boss has tripled my workload

A reader writes: A few months ago, I gave notice at my current position. The decision was necessary due to severe burnout issues (to the point where I have been having anxiety attacks) and a terrible boss who, despite repeated conversations about my burnout levels, only continued to increase my workload and micromanage my every […]

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