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Leaving a job after a month?

Author : Michael

Submitted : 2017-06-12 00:12:56    Popularity:     

Tags: Leaving  job  month  

Last May I started a really good job for my age, 19. It pays well, has great benefits, and everyone is really kind. They've given me lots of opportunity to train on new things and have trusted me with some relatively important projects. Personally I

Answers:

First of all, have you actually gotten the other job already? If not, then you need to get the job first,. And give them 2 weeks notice; that is the norm. As an employer I recognize people will change jobs for a better opportunity and pay-- I have never had anyone leave because they did not like working with me- most of my current employees have been with me over 15 years. But if one of them resigned to take a better position, I'd understand. Heck, in my old career, I ran across better jobs for two of my staff and told them about the positions-- and both got them because they were great employees. So if you have been offered this other job and it is what you want to do, then take it and tell your current boss you are leaving. Likely won't be happy, it is a hassle to find new good staff-- have been trying to fill a key position I have for 6 months. Young guys and girls are expected to change jobs more frequently, as they find the right fit.

These things happen all the time, just give them a 2 weeks notice and apologize.

You don't have to give a reason.

But you can tell them it is more money & a promotion
if you wish. Nobody in their right mind works for nothing.

tell them you feel the move is best for you

You are obviously very sincere, sensitive and articulate. Just be yourself.



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