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Ms. Marla Gross MOS October 2012.  The process of leaving a job, whether you:  Found a new job, are fired, or company no longer needs your services/downsized.

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1 Ms. Marla Gross MOS October 2012

2  The process of leaving a job, whether you:  Found a new job, are fired, or company no longer needs your services/downsized  How to conduct yourself from the time you announce your leaving the company and beyond  The positive aspects of leaving a company

3 What do you already know? 1. How much notice should you give your boss when leaving a company? A. 1 Day B. 3 Days C. 1 week D. 2 weeks

4 (Continued) 2. When you leave your job you should A. Thank your co-workers for their hard work and commitment to the company B. Thank your boss for the positive things they have done C. Be positive D. All of the above

5 (Continued) 3. Your boss has told you that your services are no longer needed at the company, you A. Complain to your co-workers about what happened to you B. Give advice to a co-worker on how horrible it is to work for the company C. Complete all assigned work until you leave D. Criticize your boss’s management style

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7 The Dos and Don’ts of leaving your job (or being told to leave your job)

8 You should: Perform assigned work tasks until your last day of employment is completed.

9 You Should Carry out all duties and responsibilities to the best of your ability and with a positive attitude.

10 You Should Give at least two weeks notice for good business etiquette and in person

11  This should be done face to face. “I am giving my two weeks notice…”

12 DON’T  Criticize your organization or co-workers  Offer unsolicited advice on how to improve the organization

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14 DO  Mention good things while at the company.  Thank your boss for the positive things they have done.  Thank all your co-workers for their help.

15 DO Wish them good luck and leave with a handshake.

16 DO  Always volunteer to train your successor.  Complete any unfinished work that is urgently needed.

17 DON’T Burn Bridges

18 DO  Ask your employer what you could have done better  Accept any constructive criticism

19 DO  Contact union representative if you think your firing may have been illegal.  Reassess your strengths, weaknesses, and your goals.

20 DO  Make job hunting your “new job”  Research new career options.

21 DO  Assess your interests to see if you’re in the right career.  Reassess your strengths, weaknesses, and your goals.

22 DO  Complete any unfinished work that is urgently needed.  Submit a letter of resignation.  Having a good record on file may help you at some future date.

23 DON’T  Give up.  There’s a job out there that is right for you!

24 “Resigning with Grace” – William Arruda Branding Expert

25 What do you already know? 1. How much notice should you give your boss when leaving a company? A. 1 Day B. 3 Days C. 1 week D. 2 weeks

26 (Continued) 2. When you leave your job you should A. Thank your co-workers for their hard work and commitment to the company B. Thank your boss for the positive things they have done C. Be positive D. All of the above

27 (Continued) 3. Your boss has told you that your services are no longer needed at the company, you A. Complain to your co-workers about what happened to you B. Give advice to a co-worker on how horrible it is to work for the company C. Complete all assigned work until you leave D. Criticize your boss’s management style

28 1. With a partner you will role play being the employee who is leaving the firm for another job. 2. Then switch and play the boss 3. With the same partner, each of you will be the boss who has to fire an employee because the employee has 1.Continually coming in late or being absent (not calling in) 2.Constant refusal to perform required duties 3.Lacking skills to perform the required tasks (has been warned many times)  Fill in the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast how you’d leave a job if you voluntarily left and if you were terminated.

29 1. How can you grow from being fired? 2. Why might you need your co-workers opinion of you years after you’re done with your job ? 3. What are some things you shouldn’t do after you know you are leaving a job?

30  Fill in the Venn Diagram to compare and contrast how you’d leave a job if you voluntarily left and if you were terminated. zer/pdf/venn.pdf

31  feature=related – How to quit a job correctly – Kimberly Schneiderman feature=related  &feature=related-How to leave a job on good terms &feature=related-How  &feature=related How to leave your job gracefully &feature=related


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