The member will learn how to give notice and what to expect when they do. Understand best practices around the 2-week notice standard as well as putting the notice in writing. Learn how to deliver your registration without putting yourself in an uncomfortable situations. Christine demonstrates how to respond when your boss asks you why you're leaving. Follow the golden rule of giving notice: never leave on bad terms.
- You've negotiated and accepted a great new offer.…So, what do you do about your current job?…Well, many of us spend a lot of energy…trying to land a new opportunity.…Once the dust settles, we then realize we have…to give notice to our current employer.…Depending on your situation, the thought of this…can be met with mixed emotions.…Maybe you've been unhappy with your current boss…and have fantasized how you would make a dramatic exit.…Or maybe how you would silently disappear without a trace.…
Regardless of your feelings about giving notice,…the biggest challenge for most,…is sorting through those emotions and seeing the resignation…process as a professional activity.…When preparing to give notice,…people often ask me, do I have to give a two-week notice?…Do I have to put it in writing?…Do I have to tell my boss in person?…Do I have to tell everyone where I'm going…or why I'm leaving?…These are all important questions that need to be…thought through before you take action.…
A great starting place is to remember the golden rule…
- Analyze a position and salary range.
- Define what you want from a new position.
- Evaluate a job offer.
- Identify tactics and myths for negotiating salary.
- Prepare for negotiating in special situations.
- Assess the best way to give notice at your old job.