There’s no around it, resigning is hard. You’ve invested time and energy with your employer. Even if you hate your job, the people there and everything around it, tendering your resignation is perhaps one of the hardest things you’ll ever have to do. If you like the people you work with, or have some measure of guilt about leaving your employer or colleagues “in the lurch”, you’re going to feel mildly panicked. If you are at the end of a dark and troubled road with your employer, you may be fighting the urge to blurt out all the things you hate about them, in the vein of “and another thing”. This will not get you anywhere incidentally. You’ll be leaving and won’t benefit from any moment of clarity or remorse you feel they should have. Plus, theres a strong chance that nothing will change and you’ll have invested a lot… View Post