How to Quit Your Job: 7 Tips From Career Experts

By ResumeKraft

When you’ve outgrown your current position and are ready for a new challenge, it’s time to start looking for a new job.

Once you’ve accepted a new position, you should give your current employer two weeks’ notice.

1. Give notice

Even if you’re leaving because you’re unhappy with your current situation, it’s important to be professional when you resign.

2. Be professional

Have a resignation letter ready and be prepared to discuss your notice period and transition plan with your boss.

3. Be prepared

Familiarize yourself with your company’s policies on resignations so you know what to expect.

4. Know your rights

It’s important to maintain a good relationship with your current employer, even if you’re leaving on.

5. Avoid burning bridges

Once you've decided to quit, avoid telling your co-workers. You don't want to get into a long discussion about your reasons for leaving.

6. Keep it to yourself

– Once the power is off, start with the stuff that’s on top of your desk before tackling the assorted computer accessories and the contents of desk.

7. Clean out your desk

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