SunnyVet14 1,586 Views
Joined Sep 7, '12.
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Leaving a position is like going through a divorce. Never easy. I've thought of it as 1 of 2 choices:
1. You can focus on the life lessons you learned in that time, visualize and describe your future of moving forward into a new job with new challenges, let go of the hard moments, etc. and write an unbiased, neutral, eloquent, goal- oriented paper of why you are resigning. (internet has many resources for this)
2. Feel like a victim of circumstance and total unfairness from uncaring/ unsupportive co-workers, luke-warm managers and write an emotional but truthful paper of why you can't leave soon enough.
In my experience with jobs that created such ambivalence, I write BOTH 1 and 2 type letters and give #1 to the almost former employer and keep #2 for my personal closure.
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