Question by bj: what reason could i tell my supervisor about my resignation?
I got accepted for a job with a good career path in a multi-national company near my family. I am currently working far from them and the work that I do right now is very easy that it has actually been quite redundant but the bad thing is that there is no assurance for what is so called ” job security”. My supervisor has been very kind to me however, I really feel I need an acceptable reason for her not to feel bad about my resignation. Past employees of the company never tells this supervisor about the actual reason like ” career growth” of shift to another company because this company that I am currently in might call the other companies that you have applied to and try to do something to stop your application. It’s weird that they do that considering the fact that this company that I am affiliated with currently cannot offer job security coz it is a small BPO company on which clients come and go anytime..Is it alright to tell them that I would like to spend more time with my parents at the province?
Answer by Upbeat
Keep it short and sweet. Just say something like, “I’ve enjoyed the opportunities that you provided me here at XYZ company, but I have made the decision to move closer to my family.” I wouldn’t go into anything more than that.
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