When you change a job, do you leave your current job first and then go to interviews, or vice versa?

2017-10-22 12:30:54

Assume a small-company leaving scenario.

-Do you leave any forward notification before leaving? (a week, a month?)

-Do you continue working until month's end, or just leave whenever? In the case of the latter, how much do you get paid for your last month?

-When you get a new job, do you begin immediately, from next Monday or from next month?

When you change a job, do you leave your current job first and then go

to interviews, or vice versa?

Locate new jobs

Interview

Get an offer

Negotiate the terms of the offer

Accept the offer

Negotiate a start date with your future employer (take into account the notice period plus any additional non-paid time off you want)

Sign the offer sheet/contract which includes all details of employment

Give your notice at your current company

Determine the notice period in conjunction with your current employer (2 weeks in the US is traditional. Some contracts require more. Other locales have other traditional/legal requirements

  • When you change a job, do you leave your current job first and then go

    to interviews, or vice versa?

    Locate new jobs

    Interview

    Get an offer

    Negotiate the terms of the offer

    Accept the offer

    Negotiate a start date with your future employer (take into account the notice period plus any additional non-paid time off you want)

    Sign the offer sheet/contract which includes all details of employment

    Give your notice at your current company

    Determine the notice period in conjunction with your current employer (2 weeks in the US is traditional. Some contracts require more. Other locales have other traditional/legal requirements)

    Work until the end of your notice period

    Take time off if you have planned that within your start date

    Start you new job on your start date

    2017-10-22 12:56:20