enough blood suckers ... i have drafted my resignation letter ..

Malaysia
July 23, 2009 10:51pm CST
.. finally .. i am so fed up with the management, how long do they intend to suck my blood .. enough is enough .. But only 1 thing which is stopping me from handing over the letter well ... my financial .. Should i continue to allow them to suck my blood or just .. "f..." them cheers
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9 responses
@bin22l (160)
• Guwahati, India
26 Jul 09
In fact, could not understand why you become fed up, what happened to you, and which one is yor management, is it private or public? To leave a job is very easy but to get a job is very hard now a days.So before leaving you must find an alternative,of course if you need it just to earn for your living,otherwise you will be in problem.In that case, if a minor problem is there of manageable with little effort, manage it,In our real life we have to sacrifice many things and adjust life in different situation.But if you have enough for your living and don't need this job than thumps with the management and spit them for suckin you.
• Malaysia
31 Jul 09
How i wish i can spit them ...
@bin22l (160)
• Guwahati, India
31 Jul 09
Perhaps you have not read it clearly, if you can adjust , adjust with the management,it depends on your financial strength, you can leave them with either some alternatives or you do not require the job as you financially sound witout a job,thanx
@AcireRo (54)
• United States
24 Jul 09
Put yourself on the job market and secure some interviews before resigning... Because if you quit and face financial hardship, no one will feel bad for you since you walked away while many people involuntarily lose their jobs daily. Or at least work a bit longer and stash as much cash as you can that you can live off of until you find another job. But never just walk away and leave yourself vulnerable. I understand your feelings tho. Thats why I walked away from my fulltime position at the beginning of this year. But I was able to fix my other time job into a fulltime job after quitting my first job, so I'm fine financially. Best of luck.
@kevchua (1004)
• Malaysia
24 Jul 09
I absolutely agree with your advise. In times of economic downturn, it's wise not to act according to your heart, but according to your head. Sometimes I wish I could leave too, but since I've financial commitments (bills, payments), I've no choice but to hang on while at the same time thinking of a backup plan. It's the "employer's market" now - the don't like you, they can sack you because it would save them money and they'd squeeze others who are willing to do your job without a change in pay. Cruel but true. So, stay on...
• Malaysia
31 Jul 09
hi .. the letter is still a draft in my computer
@Basil2004 (105)
27 Jul 09
No don't just walk out and make life easy for them since like most companies they are are doing their best to reduce staff numbers. Only leave when you have another better job to go to. Just get through each day till you have the new job offer signed sealed and delivered then you can wish them a cheery farewell.
• Malaysia
31 Jul 09
if i leave i am not going to be employed but choose to be the employer ... in my dreams
@Shellyann36 (6443)
• United States
25 Jul 09
I think you need to have something lined up before you decide to quit. In today's economy you might be hard pressed to find a job. I would make sure to have extra money saved up and all of your bills paid up/caught up before leaving your job. So that is three things that need to be in place. 1.) New job 2.) bills all current 3.) money saved (time lapse between paychecks during the transition. This is my advice. I know what it is like to work for a blood sucking company. I did it for many years. It is very hard to deal with but put your head down, do your job and keep on making it until you can do better.
• Malaysia
31 Jul 09
bills ... bills ..bills ... i cant leave my job
• India
11 Aug 09
Hello my friend sanjana_aslam Ji, In response to your discussion, I bring out following discussion started by one my friend "Life is a gamble" Here it is and for more read there its responses. [b]"Troubling Decision~ Life is a Gamble OceanTiara (2962) ranked 288 out of 35,857 in life 3 weeks ago Friends Have you ever had to make a decision that is so tough? There are two paths you can take. They are both gambles. Both of them can be highly beneficial in the end, or absolutely ruin you in the end. So both paths have their pros and cons to begin with. One path you are already on, making your way through everyday, adding your little bit to make a happy ending. The other path you may choose, has just landed in your lap, as if from the skies above. Why do these things present themselves to me? Others may think I am blessed. I tend to think I am so tired of having to juggle two worlds at the same time in my mind, and having to almost instantaneously either grab the new opportunity at perhaps a considerable loss or possibly gain, or let it go, never to be seen again, and wonder, wonder, perhaps years down the road, did I make the right choice? You know the feeling I am sure my friends..you might encounter a big bump in the path that you stuck with, and later on wish that you had taken that chance on the other path. If only I had a guide. I am not guided by greed ever, so more by grace and intuition do I normally operate. Although as I have gotten older, security does take a near front seat to me now. One involves love, one involves peace and freedom, is all I can tell you my friends. Any thoughts welcome..I wish I could be clearer. I know that prayer, inner prayer is a good guide, to be quiet and try to make a proper choice. I also know that one should take time to make these major decisions, but for me, there never seems to be time..everything is grab and go. August 1st is my deadline. "[/b] May God bless You and have a great time.
@sid556 (31029)
• United States
2 Aug 09
It sounds like you hate your job .... [b][/b]ALOT. I wouldn't quit if I were you. The economy is horrible and the job market is as bad. They are paying you to put up with their crap so hang in there. In the mean time..keep your eyes out for another job. Just don't quit without a plan. this would be the worst time to do that. Good luck to you, Sanjana.
@gcorp09 (940)
• Singapore
30 Jul 09
Well, I do sense your frustration. However, I will think that it will be better for you to look for a new job and then resign, then to just resign because of frustration. I do agree with the rest, and feel that this will be better for you. It's no use getting angry and just do things at a fit of anger.
@windymyre (210)
• United States
27 Jul 09
Can you possibly take some vacation days & look for another job? Or do you have enough money saved that you can take time off work to seek other employment. Always make sure you are going to have enough money to survive if you quit your job. It will look best if you find another job & then quit your current job. That way if you are ever seeking a job again in the future there are no gaps in your employment & you can say that you left your current job for a better one!
@krajibg (11942)
• Guwahati, India
26 Jul 09
Hi sanjana, i can, if i am not mistaken can understand your position and your mental plight. Who would you blame? The whole system is like this and going against the current overnight is not a child's play. Have you patience and do not give it up so easily or else another would be feeding his/her blood to them.