I’ve been contemplating leaving my current job lately. I’m not happy here anymore for a number of reasons. Coworkers are so unprofessional and the general manager talks a tough game but does nothing about issues. The clientele that walk in here are the most shittiest, disgusting people that it’s ever been my displeasure to come across. The lack of hours certainly does not help my situation. After working in the company for two years, my morale has slipped down to an all time low and I see no point in staying at a dead-end job that’s clearly sucked the life out of me. I think tonight I’m going to sit down and start writing my letter of resignation. But first I need to find a much better job. I’ve applied to a number of places and I’ve had a couple of offers. I’ll see how it goes. As soon as I find a much better job with with more decent hours, hence a positive environment, then good riddance.


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Jan 18, 2020 at 10:39pm

I got headhunted and feel better already

True enough

Jan 19, 2020 at 2:59am

Been there and done that but take it from me. Don’t make any rash decisions just yet. Way out the pros and cons of your current job versus a new job first, then make your move. Good luck.

Oh man!

Jan 19, 2020 at 3:27am

Last year I got so fed up with shit going on at work that I walked out without giving any notice. At least you’re still thinking about it because you never know when you may need these guys for references.


Jan 19, 2020 at 3:32am

Unprofessional is the norm in Vancouver. You may find another job but it will pretty much the same nonsense. That something to be considered. It's a weird city.

Do it!

Jan 19, 2020 at 9:49am

Just get right up, walk right out that door and don’t look back. Run!

Good for you

Jan 19, 2020 at 10:56am

and you're doing it the right way: look for a new job while you're still employed.
then you can be your best at the interview, no desperation and pick the right job offer.

I quit

Jan 19, 2020 at 2:21pm

So long suckers!!!


Jan 20, 2020 at 7:36am

Not sure what company you work for but they should do an exit interview with you that way you can give them honest constructive feedback on how they can improve the environment. If they don’t do exit interviews, then they should.


Jan 20, 2020 at 8:11am

I’m been in the same boat as you and thinking of leaving my current job as well. So many good people that I work with keep coming and going. You can tell that it’s not the best place to work when your organization posts so many positions all at once. Small wonder there’s a very high turnover. Management reflects on the company so if they’re not at least working hard to keep things running smoothly, the turnover rate’s always going to be very high.

Life is short

Jan 20, 2020 at 11:51am

" The lack of hours certainly does not help my situation. After working in the company for two years"

Why are you staying at a job that you don't even work full time at?
There's plenty of jobs out there.
Let us know how it works out plz.

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