Quitting Your Job? How To Write a Gracious 2-Week Notice Letter

Because You Don’t Want To Leave a Bad Impression

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It’s standard — and common courtesy — to give your employer two weeks’ notice before you bail on them and set off on a new path. Leaving with a favorable, professional impression is a smart way to advance your career without…

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Shannon Cheesman

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I’m a marketing copywriter with a background in TV news. I’ve written everything from blogs to breaking news stories (and everything in between) in my career.

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