We’ve often heard the term “not burning bridges” when leaving the current job that you’re in. No matter how legitimate your reasons are, it can be a sensitive process that you need to handle with caution. Despite the number of opportunities present in the industry today, your reputation as an employee can be tarnished if you are not able to take care of this situation in the most positive way. (For more information on career, jobs and employment, check out the Jobfox Scam page with articles, quips and Jobfox video clips for your reference.)
While there may be some employees who could not be more excited to leave their boss and their job, you know that there are still several things that we will leave behind when we resign. Although the environment may not have been the best one for you and your career, there is a huge probability that you have developed great friendships with some of your colleagues and clients. On the other hand, if you have had a not so friendly experience in your entire stay, it is easy to be tempted to just leave without making sure that everything is covered.
No matter what your current job situation is, remember that your future employer will most likely ask for some form of reference from your previous company. This is why you should ensure that you are able to leave on a positive note in the event that they would ask for background or pre-employment checks. You do not have to be the best employee to get a good recommendation from your boss or HR Team. They will most likely ask for any corrective action or violations committed while you were employed, so you need to ensure that you are able to maintain consistency in your performance up until your very last day with that company.