How you end a job is as important as how you begin one. As you accept a new opportunity, you want to leave your current role with respect and leave the door open to future collaborations. In a recent article in Forbes, Jack Kelly breaks down pitfalls to avoid at this crucial time. Kelly writes:

“When leaving a company, it’s imperative to handle it with class. Giving your employer at least two weeks’ notice before leaving is common practice. You don’t want to abruptly quit or spend your remaining time quietly quitting or acting your wage as a way to get revenge against a toxic boss. Instead, take the high road.”

Read the entire article, with actionable tips, here.