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I've been doing a minimum wage part time job for about 2 months now. I am also learning to drive, completing summer schools and schemes, and applying to university. I have decided to quit my job already as it makes me dreadfully unhappy.
How to I quit? As i'm only in my two months, do I have to give notice? 'Im taking some holiday next week anyway so my last shifts may possibly be this week and i am unsure what to do. I dont know how to access my contract.
I may add that my manager makes me very uncomfortable and do not want to have extended discussions about me leaving. Is this an issue?
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(Original post by brionyvj)
I've been doing a minimum wage part time job for about 2 months now. I am also learning to drive, completing summer schools and schemes, and applying to university. I have decided to quit my job already as it makes me dreadfully unhappy.
How to I quit? As i'm only in my two months, do I have to give notice? 'Im taking some holiday next week anyway so my last shifts may possibly be this week and i am unsure what to do. I dont know how to access my contract.
I may add that my manager makes me very uncomfortable and do not want to have extended discussions about me leaving. Is this an issue?
is there a human resources department where you work? the best shot is always going through them first, they’d have access to your contract and would give you guidance on what you should do with most places, if you’ve been working two months-ish, you would have to give notice still but it’s more like one or two weeks rather than a standard 4.
hope that helps!
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is there a human resources department where you work? the best shot is always going through them first, they’d have access to your contract and would give you guidance on what you should do with most places, if you’ve been working two months-ish, you would have to give notice still but it’s more like one or two weeks rather than a standard 4.
hope that helps!
thank you! ill have to look into it as it is a very unorganized place but ill get in touch with HR and ask for advicethanks again
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just walk out and tell them to **** off
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just walk out and tell them to **** off
dont tempt me
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dont tempt me
it's what I'm best at lol
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I've been doing a minimum wage part time job for about 2 months now. I am also learning to drive, completing summer schools and schemes, and applying to university. I have decided to quit my job already as it makes me dreadfully unhappy.
How to I quit? As i'm only in my two months, do I have to give notice? 'Im taking some holiday next week anyway so my last shifts may possibly be this week and i am unsure what to do. I dont know how to access my contract.
I may add that my manager makes me very uncomfortable and do not want to have extended discussions about me leaving. Is this an issue?
Seeing as you haven't been there long, 2 weeks notice seems reasonable enough.
Just write a letter saying that you are leaving, you are giving 2 weeks notice and your last day is X date.
Leave it on the managers desk when you finish work if you don't want to speak to them.
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Seeing as you haven't been there long, 2 weeks notice seems reasonable enough.
Just write a letter saying that you are leaving, you are giving 2 weeks notice and your last day is X date.
Leave it on the managers desk when you finish work if you don't want to speak to them.
thats a good ideathank you
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