What Should Keep In Mind When Quitting A Job - How To Part Ways With Your Employers In Good Terms

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motions would be running high once an employee hands his or her resignation. That is not reason enough to lose one's professionalism. Even if the reason why the employee is quitting is because of some policies the employers mandated, or even if it is the employer itself, it is important that the employee leaves on amicable terms.

What Should Keep In Mind When Quitting A Job - How To Part Ways With Your Employers In Good Terms

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Dear Reader We all may know that once an employee decides to leave his or her job, an employee's psyche is reinforced with a sense of excitement for a new beginning. And with this excitement, sometimes an employee forgets about proper etiquettes when quitting a job. Here are a few tips on how to quit a job on amicable terms with your employer.

Do not bite the hand that feeds you. Most employees practice this and refrain from offering criticism even if the situation is not ideal for them anymore. However, once an employee decides to quit, etiquette are sometimes get thrown out the window.

According to the Forbes, an employee should inform his or her employer that he is quitting in a professional manner. There are many ways to do this: an employee can first talk to his or her supervisor or shoot an email stating the reasons why he or she is quitting. This not only gives the employer time to look for a replacement but will also allow the employee to help out in the turnover process.

After submitting the two-weeks notice, an employee should never try and recruit workmates to the new job he or she is about to take. Certainly, workmates would ask if this new company is hiring, so he or she have to sidestep the issue. That is at least until the employee is no longer employed by the employer.

Always maintain professionalism. Regardless of the reasons why the employee is quitting, he or she must still perform their tasks to the utmost of their abilities. Meaning the employee should still go to work on time, refrain from taking long lunch breaks, and limit his or her under-times.

In a report from The Balance, employees are urged to do their best to ensure that a proper turnover takes place. Coordinate with the supervisor or the team leader with regards to delegating the work that the employee is leaving behind to other team members. Offer help in training the next person who will be taking over the employee's tasks.

The employee must show up for an exit interview. According to The Muse, going through an exit interview is a great opportunity for an employee to provide constructive feedbacks regarding office-related concerns. However, exit interviews are not designed as a platform for the employee to rant about what he or she hated during their stay in the company.

Emotions would be running high once an employee hands his or her resignation. That is not reason enough to lose one's professionalism. Even if the reason why the employee is quitting is because of some policies the employers mandated, or even if it is the employer itself, it is important that the employee leaves on amicable terms. After all, the employer gave the employee an opportunity to blossom. That is reason enough to try and leave the company on good terms.

Gud Luck!

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