Leaving a Job

The decision to terminate the working relationship can be brought on by the employee or the employer. When employees consider leaving a job, they tend to do so to obtain another position elsewhere, to retire or to pursue other interests. If this is the case, it can be helpful to learn about planning an exit to make certain the termination is on good terms. Leaving in good standing can prove crucial for obtaining future recommendations. On the other side of the coin, layoffs and firings are prompted by the employer and may lead to unexpected unemployment on the part of workers.

Layoffs & Firings ( 58 )


Should I not accept a job if it has high employee turnover?

A high employee turnover rate could be one legitimate reason not to accept a job, but you can still accept the job if you understand the risks. If you are ... view more

 

Planning an Exit ( 61 )


If I give two weeks notice, can my employer fire me immediately?

The legal obligation of an employer will determine whether or not you can be fired after handing in your two weeks notice. The notice is usually a courtesy for your ... view more

 

Unemployment ( 122 )


Can You Get Fired via Email?

You can be fired by email and although it sounds distant and cold, if email is the preferred method for written business communication, it may be common depending on ... view more