So I am preparing to leave my job - a developer at a university, part of a research team but my job is mainly implementation. There is a 1 month notifcation period, and I can tender via an electronic system. The country’s Singapore, if it matters. I do have a job offer pending, but would like to leave on good terms with the PhDs and the professor in charge?
Besides the 30 days in advance, what else to I owe my current employers?
I am leaving at the start of a ‘development cycle’, meaning that I have completed one part of a project and it is going into a second part. Any big issues there?
The contract just states the 30 days.
I still have unused leave days but I’m more than prepared to skip them if the transition is smooth (yah sometimes I can be a wuss).
This is my first job, so I have no idea how to go about this. I believe I may be pestered to stay (by my supervisor, not the professor though). I am prepared to be around for the one month period to ease any new guy in, but I am not looking forward to the nagging, guilt trips and etc.