Jobseekers put most of their efforts into finding a new job – choosing career direction, writing a CV, job search strategies and interview preparation. Very few jobseekers put any though into resignation or job exit strategies.
Written resignations give you the time to effectively prepare what you wish to communicate, and give you greater control over your delivery of the message.
Resigning can be a nerve-wracking time for many. Procrastination can take us over as we fear being stretched out of our comfort zone.
So, you have been offered a job. So now the dreaded day - you must resign.In some ways this is the most difficult part of the recruitment process as now itsdecision time!