I am going to resign from my firm today. It has been a through and through poor experience w.r.t growth, where the firm is at multiple times knowingly acted in bad faith.
For this reason I do not wish to engage or entertain the question "What would make you stay here?". At the same time I do not want to come off as impolite or impractical. My intuition is to say "I have already accepted the offer from another firm and in the spirit of good faith to them, I do not wish to engage in negotiation". Does this sound OK?
Later, the conversation happened and the management is just not accepting my resignation, even though I sent an email. They still told me "take a couple of days to think about it". What can I do at this point? Is this a tactic?
Edit: They acknowledged the resignation and I'm moving to a much better place. Thanks everyone.