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|Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by mafioso47(m): 11:52pm On Mar 29, 2015|
There's a feeling of satisfaction when as an employee who has just gotten a better employment offer, with Better Pay, Better working conditions.. present your resignation letter to your ex-managers.
Especially as a dedicated staff who has taken a lot of bullshyt from Bosses lol. The look on the faces of these Managers could be rewarding at that point.
This Happened to a colleague .. He was called in for a secret meeting. The management promised to give him a new car, send him for trainings abroad, increase his salary by 75percent if he withdraws his letter. Funny thing was that they strongly advised him not to disclose to any other member of staff. No documentation, No signed agreement.
As a wise person who has seen the Near and Far of the organisation in just 3 years, he humbly rejected their bogus promises and moved on.
Please Share your experience
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 2:05am On Mar 30, 2015|
A friend of mine recently resigned from a major investment manager in Paris and accepted an offer from a US hedge fund company. His exit was a noticeable loss to his department. He was good. His boss wanted him to stay back, but his mind was already elsewhere...And this was after they had gotten him the much coveted permit to work in France.
If you're a valuable employee and a firm got you cheaply, they would begin to beg you to stay when you resign because they know that they may spend several times more replacing you. But the question is, before tendering resignation, were their eyes closed to the fact that you're a valuable employee?
I do not encourage people to accept counter offers. I personally do not accept it. If a firm could but didn't compensate a talented employee according to market rate, the firm doesn't deserve the employee. Your friend did the right thing IMHO.
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|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by sorapally: 5:05am On Mar 30, 2015|
it really depends on marketing value. there are 2 types of salaries, underpaid and overpaid. If you are underpaid, then boss will be not happy to leave you, because he know you are underpaid. if overpaid, you will certainly not leave.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 10:42am On Mar 30, 2015|
Right, until they try to push out the person
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by cjstanley(m): 7:04pm On Mar 30, 2015|
Folks dont know the value of what they have until they lose it. As a boss/manager why wait for a dedicated and valuable employee to threaten to live before you upgrade their pay or other allowances. Pls people should learn to reward hard work.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 10:25pm On Mar 30, 2015|
Lool, we don't live in an ideal world. I know someone, a nairalander, who was earning 240K/month and delivering high quality work at his former place of employment. The people in the same industry who deliver the same quality of work earn about 3-4 times better, yet the firm thought this person was a fool until he tendered his resignation...Eye clear come clear.
The replacement for this person demanded around 70% more, and they are even lucky to get that replacement for that price..
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|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by mafioso47(m): 8:24am On Mar 31, 2015|
I resigned yesterday.. *smiles* I was with my boss doing a couple of international business deal documentation and files transfer up to the late hours of Yesterday.
When we wre done, I handed over my letter to his suppt.pharmacist.
He openly told me He wished he could beat my New offer. "I wish I could Keep you, you are the type of staff every organisation would love to keep". These words made me happy. Lol. The redness of His eyes too made me pity him.. Buh hey I had already signed for another coy.. I have to go boss. *smiles
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|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by Brownhypo: 9:52am On Mar 31, 2015|
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 11:31am On Mar 31, 2015|
You should thank him for those words, especially if he didn't cheat you and he paid you based on his company's capacity..Those are confidence giving words.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by KillerBeauty(f): 12:28pm On Mar 31, 2015|
Nothing to share yet
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by ProfGday(m): 12:45pm On Mar 31, 2015|
He has been threatening all his staffs verbally by saying "I can replace anyone of u @ anytime wthout sweat" despite owing us outstanding salary. He got wht he didn't bargain for whn all d staff tendered their resignation letters @ once.
I didn't knw an elderly man can b sweating like dat, even under aircon' I jus can't help laughing.... The most painful part is dat ds proud enterpreneur run into debt 4mnth after I left d coy(his new staff don chop him life-savings dry)
A lesson learnt,be nice to ppu u met on your way to d top bcs they will b there when u're descending to ur former positn.
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|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 1:17pm On Mar 31, 2015|
I don't blame them. He believed he could say anything because graduates many...It's their threat to make people slave for them, forgetting that some people have got choices.
I have noticed that the more choices your employer perceives you have, the higher their respect for you..
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by mafioso47(m): 7:21pm On Mar 31, 2015|
tanimola22:of course I thanked him and wished his coy great achievements ahead.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by Godmother(f): 9:56pm On Mar 31, 2015|
When I dropped my resignation letter at my last job, my boss wasn't angry, just said he was happy I was moving higher in my career. The pay was terrible but he was a great boss, actually the best I've had. I felt bad resigning but I just couldn't cope with the salary and working conditions( which changed over time from what was agreed on initially)
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 12:05am On Apr 01, 2015|
That was a great boss indeed..He paid what he could afford, not maximizing bottom line on your head.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by walearoy(m): 5:28am On Apr 01, 2015|
Iv not had the opportunity to do this, and I'm praying God would make it happen soon IJN
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by Godmother(f): 6:02am On Apr 01, 2015|
Yes he was o. One of the most honest men I have ever seen. I still pray for him and his business any opportunity I get
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by obiaguna(m): 8:50am On Apr 01, 2015|
Sorry to derail @ op
Hello Mr T, I sent you a new mail, pls can you check. Thank you.
I am also planning to leave my present office for a better one and I hope that mine would be very smooth without burning bridges.
Happy new month Everybody.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by tanimola22: 1:31pm On Apr 01, 2015|
Didn't get your email.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by vislabraye(m): 11:42am On Apr 02, 2015|
Serves him right. Nigerian bosses can be so rude. They served him right. Nonsense
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by debbie(f): 12:42pm On Apr 02, 2015|
Woke up that bright morning,rushed to the office and quietly typed my resignation letter.....waiting to get alert for salary payment before i drop my letter. Trust me if i had submitted my letter before that day,i wonder how on earth i will be paid my last salary.
My boss will do everything to punish you for leaving the company,at least i learnt a lesson from the guys that left before me.
When i gave him the letter,he said OK with one mean and unfriendly expression,..hope you have dropped the company's laptop and properties in your custody.
For me i wasn't expecting anything different,at least i went with my money
So happy i left.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by walearoy(m): 5:35pm On Apr 02, 2015|
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by Kentrasso(f): 6:01pm On Apr 02, 2015|
At first she was surprised cos it came out all of a sudden....then she said she was happy for me and that she wanted me to "fly" and go places, that the bank was not a great place for someone like me, not a good career path.
In my second office, my boss eye turn red and his voice broke. It was embarrassing
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by sekzy99(m): 6:01pm On Apr 02, 2015|
Chai!!! Just drop my resignation letter now
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by justmag(m): 6:03pm On Apr 02, 2015|
In my case. My boss begged me to stay because of my experience. She went as far as giving me a promotion but I just wanted a new experience and something better.
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by Ezerbullet(m): 6:03pm On Apr 02, 2015|
tanimola22:you have spoken well
|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by donigspain(m): 6:04pm On Apr 02, 2015|
I resigned yesterday... He was really shocked as he never saw it coming. He has been a good boss and I appreciate all his mentorship but there are offers one can't just reject.
I was treated fairly even though I was the only Igbo in a Yoruba corporate community. I was a valuable asset; so were others. I'll miss them. I've had to reject more than 5 offers from different firms over the past five months.
But the fear of the unknown is still haunting me. The "What Ifs" of the new world. I'll be resuming in my new office next week and I hope to make a positive difference which has always been my aim.
Today is my LAST day here and I'm still in the office (two hours after COB) trying to put the house in order. The shock couldn't even allow my boss to come say "Goodbye" to me (didn't come to work).
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|Re: Share How Your Ex-boses Responded To Your Resignation by shugga(f): 6:08pm On Apr 02, 2015|
wow!!! This comes in handy, I resigned on Tuesday and to my surprise two other jnr staffs followed suit saying if I'm gone then they can't stay cos to them I was their backbone there.
Well I left the company cos have been owed for 3months after working under strenuous condition.
Now the good news is this, just yesterday I decided to take a stroll to ATM to make withdrawal I met a banker friend that complained he missed my contact that their branch need a staff for a new department in their branch that it based on recommendation so I just rushed back home and hand him a copy of my cv.
Today have been called for an interview and the head of operations said I might start training next week.
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