I have been with this company for a year. Nothing substantial has happened that would constitute me leaving except I know this is not what I want to do, never wanted. The company doesn't offer insurance and I have had some health issues and after me having to have to take off a substantial amount of days ( approx around 6-8 weeks throughout the year ) I am now not getting paid for missed days. They have used my sick days and vacation days towards those days I took off.
The company is not bad, and bosses are nice people and we get along fine but its not for me. Also, I have to mention that when I was hired, I was suppose to get a raise in 3 months because original salary requirement was not met but was promised the talk in 3 months for a significant raise. I also mentioned that certain aspects of my job requirement I did not know and there would be a learning curve. Now they are expecting me to complete a project and I keep pushing the deadline over and over as I cant figure out how to make it happen, I keep telling them I did not know how to do it therefore delays are inevitable. They are getting frustrated, I understand that and I do understand that I have to deliver but if it is something I do not know I dont know what to tell them.
Please help me figure out how to get out of there gracefully and make it right by everyone. I really dont want to be there anymore I am not happy and dread going to work, which is a first because I love what I do and I feel like I am mistreating myself first and foremost, to the point that I dont even want to give the 2 weeks notice... The question is: I guess I am looking for advice or a solution as to what is the right way to do it? Do I have to give 2 weeks notice? Do I have to do it in person, email... etc?