Want to resign outright. What happens? - page 3
I am in a horrible position in a facility which I want to run not walk from, ASAP. I don't care about the money anymore ...I WILL lose my license in this place if I stay. (Luckily my spouse earns... Read More
Nov 16, '10 by Bella'sMyBabyHave your Doctor put you on a Medical Leave, then don't go back.....
Jan 19, '16 by chicsurfsQuote from llgI agree with most of the others here. Resign ASAP, but work out a proper notice if at all possible. Check your employer's policy, employee handbook, or whatever to find out what the proper notice is for someone in your position.
Don't take the chance of significantly damaging your future career options by simply quitting without notice unless it is absolutely necessary to prevent injury or direct harm. Your emotional health is important, but you have managed to survive in this job for a while now, a little while longer will probably not make much difference in the long run. Unless there is some imminent danger in staying, resign like a proper professional.
I always find it a little "over dramatic" when people here on allnurses say they HAVE to quit TODAY to save their license ... but somehow they have managed to work there for the past several months or years. They wait until their emotions are boiling over and then shout "emergency" as if that justifies leaving without notice. Plan your exit like a professional if at all possible to preserve your professional reputation. People often underestimate the importance of a positive professional reputation.
Over dramatic lol? Bullying and teaming up to entrap or lie about things & making false accusations trying to get your licence pulled is far from dramatic! . See ya. I'd be GONE! I've seen it happen to many times becauae of click bullying. NOT WORTH IT GO! But be sore to write a full report.
Jan 19, '16 by roser13, ASNQuote from chicsurfs"Overdramatic" is resurrecting 6 year old post. "Be sore to write..." ??Over dramatic lol? Bullying and teaming up to entrap or lie about things & making false accusations trying to get your licence pulled is far from dramatic! . See ya. I'd be GONE! I've seen it happen to many times becauae of click bullying. NOT WORTH IT GO! But be sore to write a full report.