It is easy to leave money on the table. Pay attention to vesting schedules and other important timelines. Check out our blog post to make sure you have covered your bases before you submit that resignation letter!
Leaving a job to retire or move to another company can be all-consuming, exhilarating, and downright stressful. If you are leaving voluntarily, it may be less fraught with emotion than if you are downsized or fired.
At some companies when an employee resigns, they are immediately escorted off the premises. Security these days is of the utmost importance. In order to keep yourself secure, make sure you have what you need in the event of questions and record-keeping.
Whatever the situation, there are some important things to consider before walking out the door. We put together a “hit” list of things to think through before sending in your resignation letter.
Timing is everything