I'm moving to the mid-west in 3-4 weeks. For the past 3-5 months, my boss is rude to me, I ask questions and she gives me an attitude, treats me like I'm a moron. So, should I give my resignation notice? or just quit the day I move.
*I am not putting her down as a reference, and I've only been there 9-months*...And legally, she cannot say anything bad about me.
I'm thinking if I give my resignation notice, it'll give her an opportunity to treat me worse.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:39 AM on Sep. 7, 2010 in Money & Work
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Answer by ria7 at 9:45 AM on Sep. 7, 2010
I would read the employee manual to find out how long in advance you are required to give your notice, so you do not lose any money for the time you already worked. If you just quit or wait until right before you move, you may not get paid for the days you already worked. Every job has a boss that sucks so just blow her off. You are leaving anyway. She probably could not care less what you do so I wouldn't waste my energy thinking about her or cutting my nose off to spite my face. Get your money, then leave.
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