CG614 wrote:Desert Fox wrote:CG614 wrote:
If you work at a clothing store, maybe. I gave three months notice. But I work on a lot of projects here and will need to train multiple people. I'd say one month is good for a professional job with actual responsibilities.
My last day is July 29th. Can't wait!
Uh no, I'm an electrical engineer. Two weeks is standard. And its somewhat common place in corporate America for the employer to tell you to just pack on the spot, and don't come back.
I don't want to get into a internet battle with the feared DF, but two weeks is not enough time for a professional job, if you have been there a while. I agree that it is considered the standard, but most places will not be happy with just two weeks notice.
So they'll go without for a bit. What do you think happens when company's lay people off?
Sure the company might want you to give months and months ahead, but who cares what they want. Two weeks is standard.