Why to Quit Your Job with Dignity but Without a Conflict

Quitting your job may not be a big deal for you if you already have a much better offer. Nevertheless, no matter how much you hate your current management or coworkers, quitting your job must pass on without serious conflicts. Leaving with honor and dignity is a must too but, you should still act diplomatically and avoid any possible conflicts. Why? Here are the seven answers to your question:

1. Because first and foremost everything should be done with a manly manner. Strange as it may seem, conflicts and fights are usually a choice of weak people. A real man must be coldblooded and not fall for provoking. You must be a diplomat. Even if your last employer was a real bastard, you must not put yourself on the same level with him. Leave the place coldblooded and motivate yourself by this fact: they just lost a great employee.

2. Because everything you say or you do can be used against you. There are people who while quitting act too emotionally and do stupid things like stealing and distributing confident information, performing duties incorrectly in order to harm company's sales or image, or even deliberately setting the office on fire (I hope in never goes this far in your case). This is completely stupid because first it is not a manly act and secondly, it can be used against you (which will indeed be fair) in court and you may have to pay a huge fine, let alone serving time. Both of which, are not the best things to do when you just lost your job and must think about providing for your family. 

3. You may simply want to come back one day. As simply as that; you may realize that is was a bad idea to quit your job.

4. Your new job might include building relations with your old company. You may end up working for a company which one day becomes a business partner or a client of the company you used to work for. Imagine building business relations with people you once insulted or even fought.

5. You never know who your new boss will be. Your new boss may be in close and friendly relations with your old boss. Imagine getting a horrible feedback within the very first month of your employment. 

6. You may always need a recommendation letter or a phone call reference. Enough said, why to fight people who can do you a good favor in future?!

7. Your bad behavioral leave may cause trouble to your coworkers. Think about people who worked and had great friendly relations with you. Your boss may want to have revenge on them. And he won't even act unfair and obvious. It will be a fair game: he will load your friends with more work and opposition will be immediately met with the standard answer: "it is in your job description, if you want i can print it for you so you can read it once again". So don't cause your peers any trouble.