How to Quit Your Job Gracefully

By Special Contributor, December 30, 2015

So you’ve done it. After what may have been weeks or months of sneaking out for job interviews and sending follow-up emails to the hiring manager, you’ve gone and gotten yourself a new job. But after the excitement of negotiations and the high of saying “I accept” dies down, a feeling of dread might sink in. Now you have to inform your current employer in a way that keeps all your professional relationships intact and leaves both you and the organization in a good place. How do you do it without feeling awkward or guilty? Here’s how to make your exit the right way.

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