Additional replies and discussion on this subject may be found at Business Management Daily.
We’d love to hear from you! When is the best time to give your resignation in this scenario? What is your advice for other assistants in this position? Share in the comments section below.
Our initial response to Nancy’s question “When is the best time to give your resignation when you are planning to move to another city”
- You want to be certain that you’re move is 100% happening.
- You want to have everything in order for your move. Including work arrangements if possible.
- Give adequate notice to find a replacement without giving too much notice that you end up out of work too soon.
- Offer to train a new hire to secure longer employment with your current organization.
- Discuss the possibility of working remotely with your employer if at all possible (have a proposed plan ready to discuss your ideas).
We’ve had a similar discussion in the past, if you’re in similar situation and looking for ways on how to tell your boss you quit visit our previous discussion.
We also recommend these resources:
- How to Resign Gracefully
- Everything You Need to Know About Putting In Your 2-Weeks Notice
- How to Quit Without Burning Bridges
- Resignation Do’s and Don’ts
- How to find a job in a new city, before moving there.
We look forward to hearing from you.