Chesbro99

171d

any tips for quiting a job

Bipolar Disorder

Excessive Sweating

Anxiety (Including GAD)

Depression

Fibromyalgia (FM)

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  • TStorm

    171d

    Breathe and quit. You want to put in 2 weeks notice or completely leave the job the same day?

    • Chesbro99

      171d

      they replaced me same day with the 2nd job I worked so kinda just wanna leave. It's too weird to go back

  • Katharina

    171d

    I did this recently! I went to school to do this job that now hurts me physically due to repetitive and now affects mentally. It was so hard it’s took me almost a full year to be sure and gear up to it. I kinda made a pro con list. Then I gradually wrote my notice letter. I was so nervous and anxious and sweaty. But I did my best to explain simply and left of a positive note. It’s went well but I was shakey. But I knew and felt I did it right thing and felt so much better afterwards! It was step by step thing.

  • Krista_Beth

    171d

    My approach has always been to try not to burn bridges when I leave a job. I try my best to tie up loose ends and give a week or two notice. That way, if an opportunity opens back up there that I want to pursue, I know I can come back to them on good terms. At the very least that cultivates a good reference for future opportunities.

    • Krista_Beth

      171d

      Also, don't feel like you have to give a lot of details about why you are leaving. Just keep it simple and respectful.

  • Katharina

    170d

    Oh I also remember writing everyone a personalized little note even bosses

    • Chesbro99

      170d

      that's very sweet if it's a good, goodbye. Mine isn't though...

  • babycakes

    170d

    i always just panic quit without notice 😭😭😭 i’ve never left gracefully

  • jam064

    170d

    Look into the laws in your state/country/industry. Some places hire "at will," meaning they can fire you at any time for any reason--even after you put in your two weeks. This happened to a friend; he put in his two weeks and before the end of the day, he was called into HR and fired. So before putting in your 2 weeks, make sure you know if this is a possibility and whether you want to risk it. Because putting in your 2 weeks looks better than quitting, but quitting looks better than being fired.

  • Chesbro99

    169d

    Hey everyone I quit. I emailed her and didn't give notice. I just couldn't walk into the families house for another 2 weeks.

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