How to go about quitting a part time job?

I'm an 18 year old cashier at a grocery store and I have to quit. What is the most respectful way to do so? I really have no idea so even state what may seem obvious. I absolutely hate this job and I recently got hired at another place. I won't have time for both jobs plus, I'll have school work to keep up with soon. Would it be better for a note to be given in person or just left in the manager's office?

Asked By: - 12/30/2011
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You need to write down something like this, sign it, and turn it in... More
Answered By: yallerose - 12/30/2011
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You go for the contract to continue the part time jobs and e********y on hourly basis or contract basis of the project
Answered By: Kirti Sharma - 12/30/2011
If you want to use them as a reference in the future leave on good terms and give them two weeks notice. If you don't plan on using them for a reference then you can do just about anything you want.
Answered By: Androxia Evans - 12/30/2011
The normal custom is to give 2 weeks' notice. My first job was as a cashier at a department store that I started in my senior year in high school. I don't recall actually giving 2 weeks' notice specifically, but I made my bosses aware that I was going away to college and wouldn't be able to work there once I started... More
Answered By: Alan S - 12/30/2011
You give your notice to your supervisor - in person. Along with a written resignation. You give two weeks notice - if you can. Yaleros gave you an excellent example of how to write a resignation letter.
Answered By: Jo - 12/31/2011
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