ONCE YOU’VE DE­CIDED TO MOVE ON, AIRENE SUG­GESTS PLAN­NING YOUR EXIT STRAT­EGY IM­ME­DI­ATELY:

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1Be­fore hand­ing in your res­ig­na­tion, en­sure that you have signed the let­ter of of­fer with your new em­ployer and passed all med­i­cal checks.

2 Ful­fil the no­tice pe­riod stated in your em­ploy­ment con­tract.

3 Main­tain your pro­fes­sion­al­ism and pos­i­tiv­ity by work­ing hard till the last day.

4 Con­duct a proper han­dover of your work projects and as­sign­ments to min­imise any dis­rup­tions af­ter your de­par­ture.

5 Dis­cuss with your su­per­vi­sor and HR de­part­ment how you can claim your work ben­e­fits or clear your an­nual leave.

6 Be men­tally pre­pared for the exit in­ter­view. Keep in touch with ev­ery­one of im­por­tance, as you never know when or how your paths will cross again.

7 Don’t take any­thing the com­pany owns.

8 Ask for rec­om­men­da­tion let­ters, es­pe­cially if you have en­joyed a good work­ing re­la­tion­ship with your su­per­vi­sors.

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