Should you give a two week notice when resigning or is that a tradition that is being phased out? One viewpoint is - since companies don’t give employees a two week notice before layoffs, employees don’t owe companies any notice period before resigning.
Do you agree or disagree? Why?
If you agree with someone else’s answer, let them know!
Life, people, and of course business, which involves both is an ever evolving system. Now-a-days, you no longer have the "tyranny" of the man in the office, as ive heard it reffered to. One call to the HR Manager and someone will get spoken to. Never you mind that, that person is the CEO, President, Vice President, shoot even the actual owner. With that being said, the formalities of customs and courtesies are slowly becoming a thing of the past. Now, its; "how does that make me feel?" not, "if the roles were reversed, how would i like to receive this news?" Odds are onve you do you put in your 2 weeks, that will.be your last day. Very few companies actually keep you onboard due to fear of taking information or what not. In my book simply for the issue of common courtesy go with the two weeks notice.
Another mass quit event at a store hit the headlines again in Nebraska first it was a Burger King and now it's at a Family Dollar Store in Lincoln, NE. The reasons both gave was poor working conditions, low pay and poor management.
It appears that workers are feeling empowered to say, "Take this job and shove it." I've worked jobs in the past that haven't been perfect but I needed the work and I put up with the conditions for the paycheck.
Have you worked a job where you put up with poor conditions just for a paycheck? Do you feel empowered today to walk off a job if you faced the same challenge?
How did you go about it? Did you do it professionally? Or was it an elaborate hurrah?!
No judgment either way, just interested in hearing some stories 😉
#terminated #iquit #watercooler #shareyourstory #quit #termination #resignation
Yes I have When they try to drop your pay rate know your worth in the work place ,job site , office,
Worst place I have ever worked for, I was there for a year then my shiftlead got me super angry and I threw a dust pan at her and walked out, then dumb me, came back to work there a year later and that lasted about 2 months when they wouldnt give me a day off, mind you i had just blown up my truck and was riding my bike to my 2 jobs I was working, almost 70hrs a week to pay to rebuild my vehicle, so that's were it all ended never showed up that day, legend has it I might try for a 3rd time!!🤷 But no... It's ok to work there the owner just sucks 😜 #foodservices #stimuluscheck #benefits #nationwideusa #advice #florida #hiring #healthcare #resignation #linkedin #uber
It’s basically on how you will handle customer service related issues
Just make sure you can answer customer service related questions. CVS is pretty much a entry level service position, so if you are good with helping customers, you should be fine.
I filed over a month ago, and it still says its under review why it was or unemployin tn #resources #jobsearch #coronavirus #benefits #resignation
Based on my experience some companies tend to not honor the 2 weeks notice anymore. I know of two individuals who were let go the same day they put in their two weeks notice. My advice to all is , always be in good standing with your Manager. Supervisors keep their positions depending on how good their crew make them look, but they are not the ones you want to impress. It's the manager you want to be good colleagues with.