How to Quit Your Job on Good Terms

We feel that despite your need to quit your job that leaving on good terms is a smart move.  

When it’s time to move on from a job, you usually know. Sometimes quitting is the result of a toxic work environment, in other instances it’s for career advancement. Regardless of the motivation to exit your current job, it doesn’t have to be a negative experience.

“Be direct and honest about your unhappiness, but stay away from criticism,” Amy Klimek, vice president of human resources at ZipRecruiter told Business News Daily. “This change is ultimately about you, not them. Remain positive and move on.”

The way you leave a job is your decision alone, but it’s important to be smart about it and leave on a positive note. Business News Daily has created an infographic to help you quit your job in a way that won’t burn any bridges.

Quitting your job advice
Quitting your job advice

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Bonus Tip!  Prepare yourself for the coming transition. If you know what you want your next job position to be make sure to learn as much as you can about it to prepare for the interview and the job responsibilities.  

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