Very cool and quiet,I told one of my co-workers that I was probably not coming back,that was over 30 years ago. I keep my word and am to stubborn for my own good sometimes. Ford
I always made it a point to leave on good terms. You never know when more opportunities will come from previous employers.
Yes I have When they try to drop your pay rate know your worth in the work place ,job site , office,
I was working at MSU in the kitchen and I collapsed from exhaustion, not eating and running to always catch a bus there, and one day, I just dropped. I had to tell them I wasn't coming back because while I've never done that before, I knew it would happen again because of the types of people who were there and complaining that I got hired in for the Summer. Don't give up, though. Good Luck and God Bless.
I graduated from Morris Brown college in Atlanta, Ga. Where my music professor was the infamous J. Anthony Brown. I worked for Paschals at the airport as a Food and Beverage manager. It was my dream job. I worked every terminal. But, l kept getting stranded and missing the last bus. I should have did like everybody else and slept on a chair at the baggage claim or in an office.
The answer to do it professionally by handing in at least a minimum of two weeks notice. One the paper just but to whom it concerns and than out when would be your last date. Print and sign the paper. Word of advice is make sure you have some back up income. People forget to have that. Best of wishes to you and your family.