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The 21 Worst Ways to Quit a Job

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It may be tempting to leave a job in a blaze of glory, but how you quit can leave a lasting impression. In this slideshow from OfficeTeam, find out 21 of the most unusual ways people have resigned in real life.

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The 21 Worst Ways to Quit a Job

  1. © 2014 OfficeTeam. A Robert Half Company. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V. All rights reserved. This material is the confidential property of OfficeTeam. Copying or reproducing this material is strictly prohibited. The 21 Worst Ways to Quit a Job
  2. How does the manner in which someone quits a job affect that person’s future career opportunities? 2% 12% 53% 33% Don't know Does not affect it at all Somewhat affects it Greatly affects it
  3. Here are a few of their responses … OfficeTeam asked more than 600 HR managers to recount the most unusual way they have heard of someone quitting a job.
  4. 1. “An employee baked a cake with her resignation letter written on top.”
  5. 2. “A marching band accompanied one guy in his announcement.”
  6. 3. “The worker threw a brick through the window with the words ‘I quit’ written on it.”
  7. 4. “An employee left a sticky note explaining he was quitting.”
  8. 5. “The individual sent an email blast to all staff.”
  9. 6. “A worker threw a cup of coffee and walked out.”
  10. 7. “One employee bragged to his colleagues that it was his last day, but failed to let the HR manager or his boss know.”
  11. 8. “One woman created a music video to explain she was leaving.” departure.” Some workers went high-tech with their resignations: 10. “One person quit via Facebook.” 9. “A worker sent his boss a text message.”
  12. 12. “Someone resigned on a video conference call.” 11. “The employee submitted a message through the company website.”
  13. A few employees had someone else do their dirty work: 13. “One person made his wife call to say he was not coming back.” 14. “The worker sent a text to his colleague and asked her to forward it to management.” 15. “An employee’s parents let the company know their son was resigning.”
  14. Others did a disappearing act: 16. “A person went to the bathroom and didn’t return.” 17. “One worker packed up her belongings and walked out without a word.”
  15. 19. “A worker stormed out in the middle of a meeting without explanation.” 18. “Someone left for lunch and never came back.” 20. “The employee said she was stepping out to buy new boots, but was never seen again.”
  16. 21. “He just stood up and said, “I quit.’” And one worker took a more direct approach: I QUIT!
  17. About OfficeTeam: OfficeTeam, a Robert Half company, is the nation’s leading staffing service specializing in the temporary placement of highly skilled office and administrative support professionals. officeteam.com Visit OfficeTeam’s Take Note blog for more career, workplace and management trends