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Follow Up

Consider emailing your former boss, colleagues, and clients a thank you note.

The gesture is a nice way to close this chapter to thank them for something specific like working on a project together, comment on anything you enjoyed in common outside of work, and give them your contact information in case any questions arise.

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If you want to quit your job, don't tell anyone else at your workplace except your boss. It’s preferable to have a conversation, rather than send an email or text.

  • Think about what you will say before you go into the meeting. Short and sweet usually work best.
  • You don’t owe your boss any explanations or indications of your new employer if you do not want to share it.
  • Be prepared for a counteroffer.
  • ...

Your professional network is a great source for future opportunities and how you depart an organization leaves a permanent impression.

Put together a solid transition plan and execute at an elite level. The time period between your resignation conversation and your end date should be your best work.

  • Contact HR if necessary. This should be a professional transaction, similar to receiving the employment contract before you started working there.
  • Give HR and supervisor feedback about why you're leaving and how they can improve the work culture for ...

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