Okay, if you wish to move to a new position, you have already lined up a new job, and you wish to give notice to your current employer then yes, you should communicate your intention to depart. However, if you are emotional after some sort of workplace confrontation, or find [...]
The Power of a Paper Trail
Many employees have seen how employers create their own paper trail: whether in the form of a lengthy employee file or simply a record of disciplinary notices eventually leading up to discipline and maybe even dismissal. Whereas employers are generally (or at least should be) good at maintaining a paper [...]
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