for what reason you have resigned from job?
• United States
13 Mar 10
I had to resign from a position in law enforcement because I was no longer physically able to do the job. It really bothered me when I had to leave that job, and there in little doubt that I would probably still be doing it if I were able to do so...
7 Mar 10
I have also resigned from my current company one week back and I did that for better opportunity. I am getting good offer as compare to my current company so why not to grab it. It will boost my financial status and help me to achieve some goals in life.
6 Mar 10
the reason why i resigned from my last job was due to too much late and abscesses and i need to file a resignation just to have a clean record with the company than wait them to terminate me besides i know that its really my fault and so i accepted it with all means. i also wanted to have my own business even if its just small as i wanted to have my own time and maybe someday i can have one, im just trying to be optimistic that someday i can
6 Mar 10
I was working for a multinational and was doing fine till we had a new MD who had a kink in his brain. Every two months or so he would transfer senior managers to other departments which resulted in juniors having new bosses every 2 months. Making presentations to these every other day was quite taxing and each had their own way of functioning. Although my work was the same performing under new bosses was quite a strain which forced me to give up my job. It was a promising job and I was into great things but one needs a steady boat and not one that is in turbulent waters!!
6 Mar 10
Yes I did. I once resigned from a banking company. I worked as IT specialist. In my contract, it was stated that when I reach a certain level -- I would have the privilege of using special benefits. Such as get a car which they promised to finance for me as long as I am within the company, plus a promotion. I stayed for a couple more years and waited. When I finally had the courage to ask, they started making up lame excuses. I thought, I would have stayed but a contract is a contract. How would a client feel if their most trusted bank performs a breach of contract? I stopped believing in the company because of that. I became less productive. I knew better than to risk my career and professionalism... so off I went. =)
6 Mar 10
I have been to different kinds of jobs too. I've worked in a bank, pharmaceutical company, insurance company, consumer company. For me most of the reasons were compensation and benefits, and pressure at work. The pressure is too much that I become unhappy and irritable all the time and the pay isn't even as good as what I am getting now. I have resigned last year and I am definitely happier now. I got more time for myself and children, and I earn way better. If you want to work independently you have to know your niche and focus on that aspect. Goodluck!
6 Mar 10
Hi ksmita, Yes, a number of times. Human nature calls for progress in terms of better working conditions, better pay and finding a place where you can be happy with your boss and co-workers. There can be countless reasons for anyone to want to resign. I resigned from my last job abroad because I wanted to come home to be with my family. There is no place sweeter than home. I am very happy to be with my kids now. I am hoping that someday soon, I can happy with everyone else around me here. Have a great day, ksmita!