Business English – Quitting or Leaving Work


When the time comes to leave work, you can do whatever you want.  You can raise hell, say you hate everyone and yell out, ‘I quit!!!’  But in other cases when you want to leave professionally, you can use this lesson to help.

There’s a common phrase when you are leaving a company.  ‘Don’t burn the bridge.’

This is basically saying you should leave on a good term.  If you leave on a good note, then you have the option of coming back to the company or your position if something goes wrong with your next job.  So basically, you are leaving the bridge back to your position.

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