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 Jon C. Ogg
The day that many feared for Apple Inc. has arrived. Steve Jobs is formally leaving Apple as CEO. He has requested to still serve as Chairman of the Board, director, and employee. His letter is below: Read More »
When it comes to quitting a job, some workers go out with a bang, while others barely manage a whimper. Then there are those who feel the need to be cathartic, unleashing all of their frustrations in a well-detailed diatribe.
It's that last route that an apparently long-suffering employee of Whole Foods... Read More »
Are you preparing to resign from your current job? AOL Jobs recently spoke with Dr. Randall Hanson, founder of Quintessential Careers, one of the oldest and most comprehensive career development sites on the Web, for advice on the best way to resign from a job.
According to Hanson, a resignation letter documents... Read More »
Jenny, we got your number: You're a fake!
As the story of "Jenny" an administrative assistant whose sexist boss had plucked the final straw and forced her to quit her job in a most spectacular fashion by posting a series of photos with messages she'd written on a dry-erase board and uploading them to... Read More »
Who doesn't love a great exit story? From songs ('Take This Job & Shove It!') to movies ('Two Weeks' Notice') and everything in between, sometimes you just can't top real life. Most of the people I interviewed for this piece wished to remain anonymous (for obvious reasons, as you will see!), but I'm going to... Read More »
Leaving a job is never an easy thing to do - especially if you loathe the slave master that hired you. But keeping contacts in good shape is important. As they say, it's a small world, and you never know who you'll run into in the future. Plus, heading into a new job, you'll want ace references, and however much... Read More »
Even in a tough economy, some people decide to leave their jobs voluntarily. The employee may make that decision because he/she finds a better opportunity, wants to spend more time with his/her family, or because he/she can't stand the boss (See Worst Boss Stories -- Ever!). But regardless of the reasons for... Read More »