What 2-weeks' notice says to your new employer

09/29/2010 | HR Capitalist, The

How long it takes to wrap things up at your old job before taking a new one sends signals to your new employer, Kris Dunn writes. For example, giving two weeks' notice means "both parties agree that it's time for change," while quitting with no notice required may have the new employer worried, thinking "OMG, did we make a mistake? Get me the background check summary, STAT," he writes.

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