Two week notice

Poor redneck

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I am giving my two week notice in the morning. More nervous about how the boss man is going to handle it more then anything. It is a very small company. I have been the the owners main go to guy for fifteen years. The other employees I think are pet projects of his. His health has not been to good lately so the timing of this is not going to be good. Wish I could give him a little more time so I could try to train one of the other guys to take care of some of the things I took care of but I now have to give my family business my full attention. Wife can not be on all the jobs we have going, dad is working the out of town jobs and I am killing myself trying to run his business and work ours. I need to be on our jobs yesterday but am not going to just walk out. He is a dear friend and my best hunting buddy and has treated me like a son and I sure hope he weather's this better than I think he will.
Thanks guys for letting me bend your ears. My heart is a little heavy tonight.
 

AndyW

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Here's hoping he realizes you have a chance to better yourself and pats you on the back thankful for your 15 years.
 

KPH

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Gave two week notice once and the boss had a hart attack, the last time I moved on gave a month titice so the boss could get someone to replace me he fired me. It is a crap shoot.
 

waynesworld

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Just as an Idea if you are just moving to do your family business more you may let him know that after the two weeks you could be a part time consultant to help transition and teach someone new. The state does that some times we call them 120 day employee's.
 
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