Are you tired of the daily grind and ready to quit your job? It’s an exciting feeling to finally be able to break free from the monotony of work and move on to something new. But before you resign, it’s important to consider the consequences of resigning.
But let’s not forget the fun side of quitting your job! Imagine being able to make a big outing that will be remembered by all your colleagues for years to come. While it’s important to be professional, it can also be fun to imagine some of the most outrageous ways to greet your employer, like some fast food workers in Michigan.
First, here are some ways to make statements to quit your job.
3 creative and effective ways to quit your job
The “Sonic Boom” has stepped down:
Show up for work on your last day wearing a pair of roller skates and a boom box blaring “I Will Survive.” Skate around the office, high-five your coworkers, and when you reach your boss’s office, jump over their desk and skate out of the building. Bonus points if you can do a 360-degree turn before setting off.
The “Drive-Thru” stepped down:
Show up for work in your car, drive it straight to the office (hopefully you have a good insurance policy), and hand in your resignation through the car window. Bonus points if you bring donuts for your coworkers as a going away gift.
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The ‘silent treatment’ resigned:
Show up for work and don’t say a word to anyone, not even a “hello” or “goodbye.” Just hand in your resignation letter and walk out quietly. This is a bold move that is sure to be remembered, but it’s also a good way to make sure you don’t get a letter of recommendation from your employer.
Speaking of being fired disrespectfully, have you heard of Arby’s employees who quit after posting a vulgar message on a restaurant sign? Battle Creek, Michigan? The incident created a social media flurry with some people praising employees for standing up for themselves and others criticizing their actions as unprofessional. But, let’s be real, it’s uncomfortably comfortable.
Whatever your opinion, it’s important to remember that leaving work should always be done in a respectful and professional manner.[h/t ABC 20]