What is a reasonable notice period prior to leaving a company. Is one bound to give reasons as in a new job?

Asked By: jayeeta_jd - 5/30/2007
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2 weeks is the general business notice period for resigning from your position... More
Answered By: JEDI Master YODA - 5/30/2007
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two weeks is common, but if you have a really good relationship there, you can give more notice just as a courtesy. you're not obligated to tell them why, but if you're comfortable giving that information then go ahead.
Answered By: idk-my bff jill - 5/30/2007
Two weeks is expected. A reason is not necessary. Though, a professional position will likely request an Exit Interview to obtain reasons. You aren't obliged to accept.
Answered By: zeltar01 - 5/30/2007
The quitting etiquite is 2 weeks. However, if you have been at a company for a long time and are able to give more notice, the more the better. This will give your company time to find a replacement... More
Answered By: krysten_vance_2004 - 5/30/2007
Two weeks is the standard courtesy period of time for leaving a job; this date should be two weeks after you hand in your resignation letter. Be sure to sign a copy of the letter to give to your employer and keep one signed and dated for yourself. If you have any major reasons for leaving the company address them... More
Answered By: mandabear - 5/30/2007
Whatever you do, just don’t break the bridge behind your back, you will never know what happens in future. 2 weeks is expected!
Answered By: Catherine - 5/30/2007
First of all kindly go through your letter of appointment in which the notice period is clearly mentioned. So no question of reasonable period. If you leave prior to the period you have to pay one month,s salary where no period will apply. Anyhow generally it is one month;s period for leaving the job and some reason... More
Answered By: ssunderagarwal - 5/30/2007
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