That column has much great advice; but will give some debate to #5. When co-workers get laid off and those still remaining are ‘coached’ to pull together to keep things going to do the work they did to keep the company running, so as to maybe avoid more lay-offs, that’s a difficult predicament. At least some learning curve to figure out what still can and can’t be done, or innovation to handle it.saw this years ago
Longer story given some of my crap experiences I’ve posted about. But there’s no shortage of **** bosses. One of them (long former) being on my despised list, was a great kisser of ***. Should have won an award. His answer to any problems was to call a branch meeting. Well, all those 70 people’s jobs were addressing claims, litigation, and field engineering services (was manager of the latter). Some of them lived 2+ hours away as they only had to come in once a week for Monday meetings. Would have to call these people out in the field to come in, cancelling their calls.boss will sack you for leaving on time then he's a dick
Letter of resignation.
"I hereby tender my resignation. My
Last day will be (two weeks from date
Respectfully, (so and so).
You owe them nothing more.
Short, sweet, and simple.