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Ready to leave? Why you shouldn't give two weeks' notice

The "Exit Stage Right" article on CareerBuilder in Sunday's Chicago Tribune must have been written in a time of nickel beers.

Why? Because giving two week's notice (let alone four week's notice) went out with nickel beers. The article also needs a reality check on some of its observations and assertions of how life is in today's corporate ......

Full article >>> r> It's too often that someone leaves a company and their reasons are smoothed over or changed in order to cover the truth.

Has anyone ever told you that the reason Tom left was because he thought management was bad or he found out a boss was taking kickbacks or bribes? What about Jane leaving because of sexual harassment by her boss? I'm surprised the Tribune printed this article.......

Full article >>> t your departure as a shocking event that comes as a surprise to them. They are never going to admit they overworked you, harassed you or grossly underpaid you.

3. Setting a departure date

The article says that if you are "in a professional or clerical position, two weeks are appropriate. If you are in a managerial position, three to four weeks is appropriate." That's a joke. You ......

Full article >>> ound after they submit their resignation.

Leaving contact information depends on the individual situation. You may not want to be contacted after you depart, or in most cases, companies will not give out your contact information. No one is going to forward leads or loyal customers to you for fear that they are losing potential business.

New best practice: immediate departure


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'"/> By Jim Carlini 04/27/05

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