It’ll be a bleak day for your company. You’re great and they love you, things will never be the same again. Sob. So you need to cushion the blow – because (make no mistake) there are right ways and wrong ways of handling your resignation.
Wooo! You got a new job! Major congrats!
Now, to break the news…
So there you have it. Our top tips for resigning with the utmost diplomacy.
If you want to have a chat about anything, just drop us a line. And if you’re feeling nervous about starting your new job and you want to make the best impression possible, you might want to take a look at our guide on boosting your personal brand. It’s a goodie.
Job hunting can be hard work, and the more competition there is for the best role, the more important it is to stand out from other candidates. On average, recruiters take only about seven seconds to review your CV, and simple mistakes such as typing errors or lengthy paragraphs can keep you from getting the job – so you’ll want to make the right impression straightaway. From a finely tuned CV to a proactive follow-up after the interview, here are our top tips to get yourself noticed for all the right reasons.
Learning new skills can boost mental wellbeing, improve job satisfaction and open the door to new opportunities,
from progression up the ladder in your chosen career, to enabling you to make the move into a new career path.
We provide you with tips on how to enhance your skillset and stand out in a competitive job market.