Managing your resignation on good terms

Sharing the reasons for your move and working your notice can help in making a dignified exit

19th June, 2016
Be careful to part on good term Pic: iStock

The golden rule of managing your resignation effectively is don’t resign unless you fully intend it. Make sure you have a significantly better opportunity to move to or a compelling reason that you can no longer stay. Anything in between risks indecision or worse, accepting a counter-offer from your current employer.

Recruiters see this happen all the time. A candidate accepts a counter-offer only to be back on the job market in six...

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