How to Professionally Quit A Job You Hate

Sometimes it can be difficult to clarify whether or not you actually need to leave your job, or if you need to take action to improve your workplace. Admitting you want to quit can be hard when you’ve put time and effort into your job. If you’ve done all you can and are not feeling comfortable or not reaching the promotions you seek, it can be hard to not be frustrated with your job.

You are not alone, around 32% of Americans find themselves wanting to quit their current job! So, what do you do when you hate your current job and want to quit?

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When An Employee Gives Notice

California is an at will employment state, meaning employers and employees can end employment at a moment’s notice. When it comes time for an employee to resign, it is usually a simple process in which the employee gives their notice with an end date.

But, what if you receive just a verbal resignation from an employee you clearly will not miss? Receiving this resignation can leave you jumping for joy, however, you’ll want to withhold from celebrating until you have received written confirmation with an agreed upon end date! Once a team member gives notice, it’s time to partner with HR so you can systematically navigate the resignation process to avoid any road bumps along the way.

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