May 23, 2012 by Ashley Herron
Talener CEO Mike Dsupin spoke to writer Dawn Klingensmith (JobWeeks/Content That Works) regarding how to resign gracefully.
Among Mike’s most insightful advice:
“Tell your boss before anyone else. “It’s embarrassing if you’re the boss and you hear from someone else that your employee is leaving,” says Michael Dsupin, CEO of Talener, an information technology staffing company with offices in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Have a concise resignation letter prepared in advance with your last date of employment and contact information for future correspondence. “We always stress that it’s not important why you’re leaving,” Dsupin says. “If asked why, just say you feel like it’s time to make a move and try something new.””
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