(More illuminating insights continued...)
Well, not so quickly.
You still have to serve out something, called the notice period.
The beginning of your notice period starts off with something known as an exit interview.*
This is how, one usually answers his online exit interview.
Did you like your reporting manager ?
Yes, He’s a cross dresser
Did you find your experience at our company a rewarding and challenging one ?
What is your opinion on the work ethic and working environment at our company ?
Would you recommend, any of your friends to work with us ?
* - All answers given above will be forwarded to your reporting manager and H.R Dept
Like most of those Reliance Ads, most people end up missing the *.
What follows is the Notice Period. The Notice period, is a Roman concept which evolved from the brothels of
The worst are those, who come up to you and say, “I just heard the news. Come, Please sit down; I want to have a chat with you.”
Finally, through the cold stares, the innumerable intellectual persuasions , not to mention the guile and deceit of the exit interview, you decided to move.
You are hence invited to meet her boss, who full of conviction and effulgence tells you, “ Heartious Congratulations! You have got a fantastic job, tremendous exposure, exponential growth. A year down the line, you can leverage the brand name with ease.”
A week or so later, you are still gloating over your new job, when your phone rings.
Its an unknown number. A soft whispering voice asks for you. surprise surprise, it’s your friendly espionage recruiter again , “ Are you in the Bank, is there anybody next to you?
You reply, “ No, Why?”
She continues, espionage like overtones of course, “ The other company called, they asked for you. They want to pay you double...”
Its a vicious cycle, isnt it...