So… a change is on the horizon and you’re getting ready to leave your current job in pursuit of greener pastures.
If you’re leaving because workplace issues, you may be tempted to give your colleagues a piece of your mind before you step out. You imagine a deep satisfaction from airing your grievances. Realistically, however, what you can expect from exit venting is unwanted drama and a damaged reputation.
Think long-term and leave on good terms. It's important not to burn bridges because you might need your past employers for a reference. Here are a few ways you can leave your job on a good note: