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Resignation Notification

Two weeks is still the standard

When resigning from employment a minimum of a two week notice is the standard unless there are extenuating circumstances.

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Two weeks is still the standard

It's common courtesy to give 2-weeks’ notice. Most employers understand that and are respectful of this.

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Make sure you help develop a transition plan

Talk with your manager when you resign, offer to train the next person or if that isn’t possible you could create a manual of your position that the next person could use.

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Try to always leave under good terms

Remember you will always need a reference from that company (even 3 or 4 years from now) so leave under good terms no matter what.

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Don’t any burn bridges

I suggest remaining professional and do everything you can to leave on a high note and don't burn any bridges. How you leave will be remembered, I assure you of that.

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