I was fresh out of school and been applying to multiple places as a software engineer. In the end, I was being interviewed 2 companies. One (noted as A) quickly processed stuff and got back to me with an offer in a couple of days. The other company (noted as B), told me that they are still considering the candidates.
Company A wasn't my 1st option and definitely was not my favorite company, but since I had to pay bills and stuff, I decided to take the offer from company A. Its been about 2 weeks since I started working at company A. However, I got an email from company B, and they offered me a job. I like company B over company A in multiple areas (salary, things I'll be working on, benefits etc), but I'm not sure on how to inform my company that I will be leaving and what steps I need to take.
I have nothing against company A. The people I work with are nice and the company is also a nice place. I'm not leaving company A because my boss was rude to me, or I am getting underpaid then I should be. I just want to leave company A because I like what company B does more.
This could be a duplicate of another post I found answered by bethlakshmi . But my situation is a bit different from the post, and I was more interested in what are some of the things that I should do and how I should inform my company and leave in good terms (of course, I won't be able to leave the company in 100% good terms, since I am leaving them only after a few weeks since I've started working. But I want to be able to minimize the amount of negative images of myself). And I don't feel comfortable informing them that I am leaving the company in order to work at another place.
Any tips or experiences would be greatly appreciated!
Edit: I guess a lot of answers were a bit off. I was asking what I should do at my current company and how I should approach it (ex telling your supervisor / HR person that you are quiting, but not sure how to disclose this information to them, saying good byes to your team member, finishing w/e I was working on etc)