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    Cool Tips on ending projects

    What are the best tips you guys have when you want to tell your employer (or whatever) 'I quit!'?

    I think you must remain calm at that time and not be flaming.

    What do you guys think?

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    You should have enough arguments before doing it. That's all I can say in fact, why do you need these things? Are you going to quit your job?

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    Better get your dues first and clarify why you are ending/leaving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    You should have enough arguments before doing it. That's all I can say in fact, why do you need these things? Are you going to quit your job?
    I am planning to quit my job of 6 years. I got a new boss who treats everyone with disrespect the other guys take it, i cannot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex01 View Post
    What are the best tips you guys have when you want to tell your employer (or whatever) 'I quit!'?

    I think you must remain calm at that time and not be flaming.

    What do you guys think?
    Do you mean dropping clients because of abuse and such? You should calmly explain why you are no longer going to continue working, and then refer them to someone else who can get the job done...

    Or you can do what I did and raise your prices. Then your employer will find someone cheaper and you'll get more moneys.

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    Is this an online job or in the real world job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riccur View Post
    Is this an online job or in the real world job?
    It's a real world job.

    I have done 3 projects which I still have to be paid for.

    I am sick of him and want to leave, but what if he does not pay / delays it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex01 View Post
    It's a real world job.

    I have done 3 projects which I still have to be paid for.

    I am sick of him and want to leave, but what if he does not pay / delays it?
    So this is a position at a company, or a freelance job? In real life you should call the guy, inform him that you have yet to be paid. Also, you should have a contract in place for this sort of thing.

    If he refuses payment, then you OWN the stuff you worked on, and you can sue him for using it, or you can sue him for not paying you.

    Just tell him that you feel you cannot continue to work with him, and make sure you get your cash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneakyheathen View Post
    So this is a position at a company, or a freelance job? In real life you should call the guy, inform him that you have yet to be paid. Also, you should have a contract in place for this sort of thing.

    If he refuses payment, then you OWN the stuff you worked on, and you can sue him for using it, or you can sue him for not paying you.

    Just tell him that you feel you cannot continue to work with him, and make sure you get your cash.
    Yes a position in a company.

    Thanks for the advice sneakyheathen

    Yes I do have a contract, if I do not get my dues I have to take the legal option.

    I never expected such help from such a new forum, you guys rock

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    I think Corey did a post about this. Check out: corey-freeman.com
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