Leaving a job is never easy. Sometimes you’ve become quite close to the people around you, other times it can be the complete opposite. It’s almost like a business break-up and, like a break-up, there’s a right way and a wrong way.
Firstly, it’s extremely important to find the right time to do it. This is a time which suits you and the people you work for and with. Leaving during the middle of a project or major work is bound to leave a sour taste in people’s mouths. If you want to maintain friendships, or at least an amicable relationship, then it’s important to empathise with your colleagues. Would you want someone leaving during a group task?
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