Many national studies conducted over the last few years have shown that more and more Australians are unhappy at work. Whether it’s the long hours, lack of recognition, bad pay, lack of management, or some other reason, there are a whole lot of people around the country who regularly think about quitting their job. Related: Exit Strategy: How To Plan Your Resignation Are you one of those people who fantasizes about handing in your resignation? If so, there are five simple questions that you should ask yourself to see if telling the boss to “shove it” is really the right move.
Bravo on your job offer! It is time to leave your current job, manager, and co-workers and move forward. Now, you have the difficult task of notifying your boss and delivering your notice. Those can be tough weeks. You can’t wait to get out of that place and move on to greater things. Related: Quitting Time: What To Write In Your Letter Of Resignation Before you do your victory dance and unload your pent-up frustration, design a plan for your resignation. You need a plan to make the notice period bearable and also preserve relationships that may benefit you down the road. Focus on blazing forward in your career and not burning bridges behind you.