[CS-FSLUG] Gave notice

Jason Franklin jpfagapeu at mac.com
Tue Mar 11 22:08:46 CDT 2008


I am praying for you.  I too just turned in two-weeks.  While I did  
write my own letter, it was vague and gave only half an explanation.   
I didn't tell them the part about my being fed up with managerial  
incompetence (especially since my boss is a VP), nor that my role  
doesn't belong in that department of the company (much less that the  
company as a whole should leave off computers all together and go back  
to pen and paper since they're still stuck in that mode).

As for your specific situation, as Ed mentioned, none of us can really  
say yea or nay to what you did.  We can pray for you and counsel you  
to fully rely on God for your day to day now.

Jason P. Franklin
Westwood Bible Fellowship
pastor.jason at westwoodbf.com
web: www.westwoodbf.com

On Mar 11, 2008, at 6:44 PM, Nathan T. wrote:

> Hey everyone,
> I thought I'd look here for some common experience and perhaps some
> reassuring words. I gave my notice at work over lunch by using a  
> signed
> letter. I was very angry as I was quitting and felt that I just  
> couldn't
> keep a lid on my anger, so I used a pre-made professional letter off  
> the
> internet instead of writing my own. I felt as though one of my bosses
> had crossed the line with me, she is too fond of jokes at the  
> expense of
> men, and at times I felt as though she was threatening me if I didn't
> shut up and let her claim I was being lazy or stupid at work.  
> Frankly, I
> would call some of her behaviour verbal abuse, especially after all  
> the
> effort I've put into that place and how often I've tried to prove to
> them that I can be a quick learner and good worker when treated  
> properly.
> I knew when I got up this morning that I shouldn't be going back to  
> work
> there. I kept asking myself if my boss at work is always calling me
> lazy, then what the **** am I doing each morning getting out of bed to
> work for her?
> I don't want to encourage feelings of hatred toward this person, I
> strongly feel that forgiveness is absolutely necessary in a world full
> of us imperfect people. I can't honestly say if her offending words  
> were
> a matter of disliking me, some kind of nature she couldn't help, or
> perhaps just something that she didn't realize she was doing. In any
> case, I don't want to leave my job hating this person, doing so  
> wouldn't
> benefit either of us.
> I'm feeling concerned about being unemployed soon though, and what  
> that
> means for my future. I do want to go off to University at some point,
> but I haven't been accepted into one yet and I only have $8K saved up
> for it.
> I thought someone here might be willing to share their experience, I'm
> feeling pretty anxious over these recent events in my life. I've  
> finally
> done it thought, I've finally told myself I wouldn't take any more and
> given my notice.
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