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What is the best way to state I want to leave without burning any bridges with my boss? First: make up your mind. Make sure you have made your decision before you resign. Then simply say: "Hey boss. I'm super grateful to the opportunities and growth that I had here and I want to thank you for all that you have done for me. However, I think it's finally ...


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Not really an answer, as none of us can tell what's really going through the heads of your coworkers, but: People are fallible. There are a number of reasons. There may be: Resentment that you're able to move to greener pastures A perception that you're fleeing problems you've created Annoyance they they'll have to replace you Annoyance that their "...


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I think you know what you want and therefore what you have to do. It's literally just business and if they invested 5 figures on you that is still is in probation period that's on them not you. Fear and dread are totally normal, the best decisions are sometimes the hardest.


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Leaving a company is “just business” but make sure you fully understand the ramifications first as they absolutely will take it badly in this situation. Review your employment contract, it’s very common to have “you have to pay it back if you leave soon” clauses for expensive training. Also expect to be tossed out of the housing they are paying for with no ...


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