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There are many reasons that people decide to leave a job. Learn how to resign from your job. Find out what to say when you are quitting your job and how to leave a good impression.

There are many reasons that people decide to leave a job. Learn how to resign from your job. Find out what to say when you are quitting your job and how to leave a good impression.

A man talking to his managers - quitting your job

A man talking to his managers - quitting your job

Quitting a job is also called resigning from または leaving a job. There are good ways and bad ways to leave a job. When you decide to quit, it’s important to tell your boss in the right way. You should continue to try your best until you leave the company. 彼らは、将来的にあなたを助けるので、同僚と行動する方法を計画します。.

Quitting a job is also called resigning from or leaving a job. There are good ways and bad ways to leave a job. When you decide to quit, it’s important to tell your boss in the right way. You should continue to try your best until you leave the company. Plan how to act with your coworkers so they will help you in the future.

Before quitting your job

Before quitting your job

If you are leaving because you have found a new job, be 100 新しいジョブを開始することができますしてください %! Make sure you have signed an offer letter before you resign from your old job. たまに, 企業は彼らの申し出についての彼らの心を変更できます。. 契約開始日がある場合が, it is time to tell to your boss.

If you are leaving because you have found a new job, be 100 percent sure that you can start the new job! Make sure you have signed an offer letter before you resign from your old job. Sometimes, companies can change their mind about their offer. But if you have signed a contract and have a start date, it is time to tell to your boss.

Here are six good things to do when you are quitting your job.

Here are six good things to do when you are quitting your job.

1. Tell your manager in the right way

1. Tell your manager in the right way

  • Ask your employer or manager to talk to you in a private place where other people can’t hear you.
  • 時マネージャーがビジー状態と満たすことができません。. だとすれば, then resigning with by email, by letter, or with a phone call are acceptable.
  • You may want to tell your boss you enjoyed your time at the company. If that is not true, you can say you appreciated what you learned.
  • なぜあなたは残しているが個人情報を与えるかを説明します。. 例えば, 多分あなたはより多くを支払う別の仕事を残しています。. You can just say that you have found another position.
  • You do not have to share any information or answer any questions that make you uncomfortable. You can always say, “I prefer not to answer.
  • Do not 上司の前に同僚を教えてください。. But do tell your coworkers as soon as your boss knows.
  • Ask your employer or manager to talk to you in a private place where other people can’t hear you.
  • Sometimes managers are too busy and cannot meet. If that is the case, then resigning with by email, by letter, or with a phone call are acceptable.
  • You may want to tell your boss you enjoyed your time at the company. If that is not true, you can say you appreciated what you learned.
  • Explain why you are leaving but do not give personal details. For example, maybe you are leaving for another job that pays more. You can just say that you have found another position.
  • You do not have to share any information or answer any questions that make you uncomfortable. You can always say, “I prefer not to answer.”
  • Do not tell your coworkers before your manager. But do tell your coworkers as soon as your boss knows.

2. 少なくとも、マネージャーを与える 2 週間’ お知らせ

2. Give your manager at least 2 weeks’ notice

Your work contract may say how much notice you have to give. Notice means how far ahead you must say you are leaving before you actually leave. If there is no stated notice period, 少なくとも、マネージャーを教えてください。 2 数週間前の時間. Giving advance notice shows consideration and allows time for you to be replaced.

Your work contract may say how much notice you have to give. Notice means how far ahead you must say you are leaving before you actually leave. If there is no stated notice period, tell your manager at least 2 weeks ahead of time. Giving advance notice shows consideration and allows time for you to be replaced.

たまに, your new employer might need you to start sooner. Unless your contract says otherwise, you can apologize to your current boss and explain why you need to leave quickly. You could offer to answer questions from the person replacing you for a while after you start your new job.

Sometimes, your new employer might need you to start sooner. Unless your contract says otherwise, you can apologize to your current boss and explain why you need to leave quickly. You could offer to answer questions from the person replacing you for a while after you start your new job.

時々 上司は長く滞在することを頼むかもしれない. You do not have to say yes unless you want to or unless your contract says you must.

Sometimes your manager might ask you to stay longer. You do not have to say yes unless you want to or unless your contract says you must.

3. 退職願を書き方

3. Write a resignation letter

辞表を残していることを説明します。. ほとんどの雇用者があなたの仕事を終了するときに 1 つを受信します。. 場合は、このコンピューターから印刷し、署名をお勧め. プリンターを持っていない場合, 一枚の紙で作成することもできます。. ここでは、 sample resignation letter you can use.

A resignation letter explains that you are leaving. Most employers want to receive one when you quit your job. It is best if this is printed from a computer and signed. If you don’t have a printer, you can also just write it on a piece of paper. Here is a sample resignation letter you can use.

4. 最後まで最善を尽くす

4. Try your best until the end

良い印象を残すことが重要です。. 定刻来続けるし、早くを放置しないでください。. あなたが出国するまで作業に懸命に保つ. If you run out of things to do, ask your coworkers if you can help them.

It is important to leave a good impression. Continue to come in on time and do not leave early. Keep working hard until you leave. If you run out of things to do, ask your coworkers if you can help them.

You may need to train someone who will take over your job. あなたが学んだすべてを彼らと共有するあなたのベストを尽くす. It will make the change easier for your company.

You may need to train someone who will take over your job. Do your best to share everything you learned with them. It will make the change easier for your company.

5. あなたの同僚に感謝します。

5. Thank your coworkers

すべてのあなたと密接に働いた人にさよならを言うことを確認します。. 良い同僚をされている彼らに感謝します。. 将来的に仕事をお探しなら, you can ask them to give you a professional reference. 参照は、あなたの潜在的な雇用者には優しく話しかけ、人. こともできます。 ask coworkers to write you a recommendation on LinkedIn.

Make sure to say goodbye to all of the people you worked with closely. Thank them for being good coworkers. If you are searching for a job in the future, you can ask them to give you a professional reference. References are people who will speak kindly of you to a potential employer. You can also ask coworkers to write you a recommendation on LinkedIn.

6. 古い同僚に話し続ける

6. Continue to talk to your old coworkers

後あなたの昔の仕事を残しています。, you can still message, 呼び出し, あなたの同僚、または. 近くなら, 挨拶に寄ることができます。. あなたが遠く離れている場合, あなたの上司またはあなたの好きな同僚にメールを送信することができます。. あなたの人生や新しい仕事についてのニュースを提供します。. 当社であなたの時間を感謝を示していますに触れる.

After you have left your old job, you can still message, call, or visit your coworkers. If you are nearby, you can stop by to say hello. If you are far away, you can send an email to your boss or your favorite coworkers. Give them news about your life or new job. Staying in contact shows you appreciated your time at the company.

Maybe you left your company because you were not treated well. In that case, you do not need to do this.

Maybe you left your company because you were not treated well. In that case, you do not need to do this.

あなたの仕事を終了するときに関係していないもの

Things not to do when quitting your job

There are also things you should じゃない do when quitting your job!

There are also things you should not do when quitting your job!

  • 次に何をやっているについて自慢しないでください。
    あなたはあなたの家族とより多くの時間を過ごす興奮することがあります。. 多分どこを移動しているために、あなたは満足しています。. それでもなお, あなたの同僚に自慢しないでください。. 彼らは自分たちの状況に満足できない場合があります、これは自分の感情を傷つける.
  • あなたの現在の仕事で否定的なことはありません。
    あなたの仕事や同僚に満足していなかったことが可能です。. 言うことはありません不親切なそれらについてあなたの昔の仕事や新しい仕事で人々 に. あなたは満足している場合, confide in your friends or family.
  • 乱雑なワークスペースを放置しないでください。
    ホームあなたの個人的なものを取ることを確認してください。. あなたの仕事から借りていたものを返す. ワークスペースを持っていた場合, clean it for the next person.
  • Do not brag about what you are doing next
    You may be excited to spend more time with your family. Maybe you are happy because you are moving somewhere else. Still, do not brag to your coworkers. They might not be happy with their situation and this will hurt their feelings.
  • Do not be negative at your current job
    It is possible that you were not happy with your job or coworkers. Do not say unkind about them to people at your old job or new job. If you are unhappy, confide in your friends or family.
  • Do not leave your workspace messy
    Make sure to take your personal things home. Return everything that was borrowed from your work. If you had a workspace, clean it for the next person.

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