Quitting your role within the infrastructure and engineering sector can be a challenge. On one hand, you may wish to provide constructive feedback on why you have decided to leave your role. One the other, you don’t want to risk offending your bosses and end up with a negative job reference.
It is also important to maintain a strong network within the sector, and you need to tread carefully when transitioning between roles to help maintain your professional reputation and ensure support from your colleagues if you end up working with them in the future.
This resource will guide you on how to resign from your role in a way that avoids burning bridges, from handing in your notice through what to do on your final day to leave a positive final impression.