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Old 02-24-2015, 07:15 PM   #41
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....Bossman (he's never liked me and the feeling is mutual) decided to take my notice personally and said the two weeks was fine ...
very sad that my project team is left scrambling. At least they knew I tried to make it easier and they can yell at boss if something gets screwed up after I'm gone.
Why didn't you just wait to give your two-week notice to coincide with the project being wrapped up so the project team wouldn't be left scrambling, since you were willing to work through its completion anyway?
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Old 02-24-2015, 10:05 PM   #42
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When I left I moved all my files to a shared drive my manager could access, then removed 'my' hard drive and ran a drill bit through it in 5 different places. The drive and laptop were then shipped to corporate hardware recovery center.

I can't imagine a company letting you keep 'your' machine.

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