Resignation advice

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The resignation and feelings

Your initial consideration for changing companies, because your present position could no longer offer the growth potential to match your experience. It is true to say that your present company has helped you progress professionally, and as a result, you may feel uncomfortable resigning. You will be leaving fellow managers and colleagues, you may even see some of them out of work as social friends, and these people may have been instrumental in advancing your career. All or some of the above may make you feel uneasy, however so what can you expect when tendering your resignation. Your company will be sorry to lose you, you have contributed to the sales and profits, you are probably involved in a project within the workplace that requires your talents. Put yourself in your boss’s shoes...what would you do?   The counter offer It is natural to resist change and disruption and your boss will be no exception. He will want to keep you and he will attempt to keep you with a counter offer. In his eyes, your acceptance of a new job is definitely a mistake. Counter offers have many variations 1, “This is confidential and I should not be telling you this, but we were thinking of promoting you in the next six months” 2,” We will match the offer and put it into place next pay day, I had..

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