Saying “sayonara” to a job is never an easy task. While you might be excited to start on your new journey, you also want to make sure you leave on good terms with your soon-to-be ex-boss without adding oxygen into the flame and throwing deuces up, no matter how cool it sounds.
In today’s work world, not a lot of people stay in a job for more than two years. It’s actually advised to jump ship when you can — so you can get more money, meet more people, and gain new skills.
However, before you set sail, there are a few things you should do before you give your two-weeks notice to make sure you leave on good terms. Even though YOU know you’re leaving, it doesn’t mean you can say "screw it" to everyone else who is still staying at the company.
So whether you’re thinking of saying goodbye or want to hold on to this article for the future, here are 14 things you should do right before you give your two-weeks notice to your boss.