Linked Questions

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I'm still on my probation period, but I don't feel that the job is right for me. Can I quit? [duplicate]

My job is in the field I want to work in but not the actual job. I took it because of the pay, but realized it's not something I want to do. I'm still on probation but can't bring myself to tell ...
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How to get an early resignation during probation period? [duplicate]

I joined a company before a month and I am finding it difficult to adjust here, I have another offer which expires in another week. The notice period is one month in probation period but I want to ...
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3answers
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Too scared to give resignation [duplicate]

I recently joined an organisation, and after a month I decided to quit gracefully, as I feel it's not a good fit for me. I have been a very genuine person and have never done this before, hence I have ...
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1answer
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How to quit a job after two months? [duplicate]

I started a new job two months ago and so far it's going good - I really like the people I work with, which is what makes this so hard. I used to work at another firm (accounting so same job) about 5 ...
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1answer
652 views

Salary seems very low after joining, how to quit gracefully? [duplicate]

I recently joined a company which is located in Cambridge(UK) and this is the first time I am visiting this place. The office is a research organisation and its location is in a very remote area, the ...
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2answers
385 views

What is the best way to approach my boss with my two week resignation? [closed]

I am not one that likes to "job hop". I have been on my current job for one year. I was offered a better job in the same field, which pays quite a bit more money. I have accepted this new position. ...
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3answers
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How to gracefully quit after joining a new job within a week? [duplicate]

Basically I had two great opportunities one in a big research organisation and other from a fast paced startup. After some thought and a bit of intuition I though to join the first one but within ...
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Resigning after 6 months without a good reason [duplicate]

I've been working at a company in Japan for the past 6 months. I really am not enjoying my life here as much as I thought I would (both at work and out), so I am thinking of handing in my resignation ...
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1answer
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Resignation during probation period without notice [duplicate]

I am working as a laborer for five months now but now got a skill job offer which require me to start work urgent. I spoke with my present company and then put in my resignation. But the company is ...
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1answer
296 views

can I leave a job after two weeks? [duplicate]

Is it okay to quit a job if you're not interested any more? I want to quit the company, but my sister is also working here and I don't want to risk her employment.
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7answers
3k views

How should I give notice of my resignation to a boss who has been a fantastic mentor?

So recently I was offered a job with a VERY substantial raise. The problem is I need to resign (give 4 weeks notice) to my current employer. Usually this wouldn't be a problem but my boss has been a ...
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1answer
490 views

Ethics of Accepting a Job Offer with the knowledge that I may soon leave [duplicate]

Within the next week, I'm expecting to hear back regarding two offers: one for further education in another country in about 4-5 months' time, and another for a part-time job beginning in the next ...
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2answers
287 views

I'm going to leave a state job a few months after starting. Will this hurt me in the future? [duplicate]

First, I'd like to apologize if my questions come off as naive. I graduated 15 months ago and I'm new to having a career. I've just started a job at a university in Florida, which makes me a state ...
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4answers
2k views

I'm handing in my resignation tomorrow- I'm worried I will get backlash from the owner

When I first started in the company I was specifically told by my boss who is the owner that they wanted someone long term and who wasn't going to jump ship. I nodded and said I understand that but ...
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2answers
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Taking a new job with the knowledge that I may have to quit soon after...Will I burn bridges?

I'm working on getting a new job. However, there's a possibility that I might be leaving the country in 7 months to get my masters degree so if I were to start the new job, at say the beginning of ...

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