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Monday, February 21, 2011

6 Reasons You Shouldn't Quit Without Notice

Your boss is a jerk and now you have a new job lined up. She wouldn't hesitate to fire you without notice, so why should you give two weeks' notice? Because it benefits you.

6 Reasons You Shouldn't Quit Without Notice

4 comments:

Virtual Assistant Australia said...

This is a really good article and the important point to take away is that if you dont give notice it could affect your reputation and success in getting your next job.

Virtual Assistant Australia said...

ANother thing is you dont want to burn any bridges as you may come into contact with person again and what if you want a reference if you dont give notice you probably wont get it.

Film Co. Lawyer said...

But what if they asked for your social media passwords as a condition to employment? Or it's some retail or fast food job & you're doing something 180 degrees away from it?

lavanya said...

Good article. Serving notice period is the best thing to avoid bad references for future job hunts.