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How to Leave Your Job Without Burning Bridges

Posted on November 2019

A man is thinking with resignation letter

​Leaving a senior role within the banking and financial services sector in Hong Kong will likely involve more than handing in an official notice of resignation followed by working two weeks notice. If you are in a skilled position, it can prove to be tough to replace you, and your employer will appreciate your professionalism and co-operation during the transition.

If you are tempted to burn bridges and quit on the spot, think carefully about the impact this could have on your professional reputation within the sector, and how it could influence your references further down the line in your career.

This guide provides the best practices to follow when handing in your notice for your role, from what to include in your resignation letter through to how to say goodbye to your colleagues in a way which ensures you will leave on the best note possible.​​

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