I AM, in fact, going to tell my employers TODAY when I will be leaving my job. I understand that they would like to know and need to know at the earliest possible time before I leave. I had sat down and discussed a date with my fiance this weekend and planned on telling them. I work for a two independent lawyers. There is NO handbook or guidelines in place and no HR department.
I will be getting married June 18th, I decided to leave my job May 20, but, we ONLY decided on this date Sunday.
Now, my questions is this...When I came into work this morning, there was an office e-mail to me stating this:
Zelda and I need to know the last day you plan to work.
We need to know this no later than tomorrow.
Does this seem a little rude to you? I know that the boss that sent it is mad about something and I am thinking that her demanding that I tell them by tomorrow is rude. Like I said, I know they want and need to know, but, my job is NOT hard and there is really no training required. She merely sent it because she is mad.
Am I the only one that thinks her asking/demanding is rude?
Answer by Renee3K at 11:57 AM on May. 2, 2011
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