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.
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