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You're ready to make a career change and have secured a new job (hopefully)! Now, it's time to quit your current job.

First things first, unless we're talking about an extreme circumstance, you should never walk into your boss' office and say "I quit!" That's unprofessional and could have severe professional consequences in the future.

It's important to maintain your personal brand as a hardworking professional. The way you end this career chapter is part of that brand. Here's how to be a professional about quitting your job.

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In this week's edition of Well,This Happened, the series that lets you become a career coach, we addressed Eric's difficult workplace situation.

Eric recently discovered that the HR manager at his company is trash talking him, specifically to new hires. This is making it hard for him to work with the new employees and giving him a bad reputation. He's not sure how to go about addressing this since he can't go to HR.

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Whether we like it or not, politics are part of everyday life. But they don't have to be part of work life.

In fact, to keep your work life bearable, discussions about politics should be kept to a minimum or outright avoided.

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