How to quit my job I don't want to work weekends?
I I have been working at a restaurant nights and weekends. I am looking for a better job and my supervisor always tells me how much he needs me. I am about to graduate from college. I don't want to work there anymore and I want to take the weekends off after I find a good job. My suppervisor always makes that face when I look at him. How can I tell him that I don't want to continue working here anymore when I find another job. I am overqualified to work there.
Asked By: Kenny - 8/14/2012
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You're not responsible for your supervisor's situation. Don't let him push you around... More
Answered By: Fred S - 8/14/2012
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make a list of all the things you don't like about you're job and be honest why do you want to leave the job. you can say: it was my pleasure to work for you in the past, but i would like to move on and in a work with more challenging environment. I do not want to work on the weekend.
Answered By: sarhad - 8/14/2012
do what i did say that you found a better job. and your quitting and that's that. if he doesn't "let" you like my manager did. just don't show up to your shifts...as long as you already gotten a new job anyways. btw if your well liked, no one well want you to leave. and life requires you to do things like this anyways... More
Answered By: Koltin - 8/14/2012
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