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In the UK, with almost two years, your first goal is to finish the two years for the right to redundancy pay. After that, I see no reason why you would be fired. Being laid off and being fired is not the same thing. Let someone look at the financial impact of quitting vs. being laid off; quitting can cost you thousands. Obviously look if there are other ...


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This really needs a country tag! But anyway, here is another angle you could take: You can offer to leave voluntarily. In many countries and Legislation this makes it A LOT easier for your employer and can be a good bargaining chip. Then you offer to keep going as a freelancer for the type of work that shows up occasionally and that would be a "waste of ...


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However it would be a lot easier on my finances if I stayed for another 2-3 months. I’m considering suggesting to my boss that I’d be happy to carry on working there for this period, and for me to just continue working the really basic kinds of projects that I’ve been given over the last few months (the kind where it’s a waste for them to be passed ...


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I would suggest that you have an open discussion with your boss: Explain your concerns, together try to find a solution that works for both of you (this depends on what you want and what the company wants). Even if this discussion does not yield a good result, it's still better than just quitting, because if that is the alternative, you do not have much to ...


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