How to resign without burning bridges with your employer
Even if you’ve been thinking about leaving your job for a while, it can still be difficult when the time comes. It can be difficult to know what and how much to say, and you may feel guilty about quitting. Like any big decision, resigning can be stressful. So how can you go about it the right way – and leave on good terms with your employer? Alice provided tips and advice in this article on how to resign without burning bridges.
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