Giving two-weeks' notice when leaving a job is becoming more and more a rare option rather than a must-do. From articles written over a year ago, I'm still getting feedback about people giving two-weeks' notice and then being told to leave that day. Many believe that two-week notices no longer are part of the standard practice.
Some don't even know who the t......Full article >>>
leaving a job, but I say it is optional and not obligatory. There will always be an option to give a two-week notice if you believe you were treated fairly in your tenure at an organization, but if you were not treated well, it is not required anymore.
How can I make that statement, which goes against so many of the career counselor experts? By pure observation of reality. In one case, ......Full article >>>
ce. We are an employment at-will state.
My husband brings up the point about using this job as a reference, which I am also worried about. I'm really confused, but they could care less about me as their employee, so I really would like to tell them what I think and where to go. Any advice? Trying to do the right thing, but also want to give the boss a taste of her own medicine
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nk and where to go.
(The BIG observation is when she states: "They could care less about me." So do you really think that they are ever going to give her a glowing reference to begin with?) Stay professional, and just leave.
My advice to her is as follows: Don't waste your time trying to tell them where to go. They are staying there, and if you were really that good for their bu......Full article >>>
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