By Rebecca Baird-Remba
The website Passive Aggressive Notes has posted what it calls a "whopper of a resignation" letter.The unnamed guy who wrote the letter was "resigning" from his job at Burger King because he was going to law school. Read More »
By Vivian Giang
People are voluntarily quitting their jobs at the highest rate since the pre-recession era, according to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey - known as JOLTS -- published by The Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The report says that 2.16 million people quit their jobs in the latest data, which... Read More »
A Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. employee recently quit his job in a scathing but subtle way -- until a customer stumbled on the evidence, took a photo, uploaded it to the Internet, and sent it straight into the annals of viral and glorious job-quitting stunts.
A user of the anonymous online forum Reddit known... Read More »
By Robert Half International
The excitement you once had for your job just isn't there anymore. Your workday seems more like a tedious march than an invigorating run. Challenges that once stimulated you now hold less appeal, and you deal with the same set of people, processes and problems every day. Is it... Read More »
You want to say, "Take this job and shove it," but should you? The best way to resign has become a hot topic in the wake of Wednesday's high-profile departure from Goldman Sachs of executive Greg Smith. "It makes me ill how callously people talk about ripping their clients off," Smith wrote in a scathing New... Read More »
By Justin Thompson
Many people have had a job that sucked. So while the person interviewing you for a new position can probably relate, you shouldn't vent to her about why you hated your last job. Things may have gone bust at your last place, and whether you left or they asked you to leave, there are ways... Read More »
Quitting a job -- quitting well, at least -- can be hard work. There are plenty of missteps you can make that can end up hurting your career in the long term. Check out our list of things to avoid when breaking up with your boss. Read More »
You suspect it's time for a change. You're really not asking for much: You just want a job that combines your passions and skills, provides a reasonable income, and allows you to spend time with people you love. And the dead-end, soul-deadening job you've been clocking into for the last few years isn't exactly... Read More »
A St. Louis-area teen is crying foul after the company that hired him to sell magazine subscriptions left him high and dry in Dallas for two days when he quit the job.
The teen, who hasn't been named, quit the job selling magazine subscriptions door-to-door because, he said, he felt like he was ripping people... Read More »
When it comes to deciding whether you'll quit your job or stick it out, what would be your last straw? An abusive boss? Incompetent and unpleasant co-workers? A paltry salary? According to a recent survey, those are all grounds for leaving, but the No. 1 reason people say goodbye to their jobs is that they... Read More »
We've all had that moment, at least once in our working lifetimes. It's when the light bulb goes on bright in our brains and the realization hits: It's time to QUIT. Perhaps it's the boss screeching at you one too many times, or the sheer drudgery of the job overwhelming you with despair.
You've reached... Read More »
Sometimes, no matter how terrible the employment market might be, you come to the end of your rope and just have to say goodbye to a job you cannot stand. And while most people simply give notice and head off into the sunset, every so often the boss or the job itself is so bad that you've just got to get... Read More »