If you are reading this, probably is a sad moment because you or someone else is leaving. Agile Lab does not provide any context around why people are leaving when they do, not for a lack of trasparency but to preserve the individual privacy.

Here you can find a good way to manage this important moment of your career:

  1. Don't communicate it to the team or your friends before to talk with the HR/COO/CEO
  2. Ask for a 1-1 meeting with the HR/COO/CEO mentioning the fact you want to quit, this will elevate your priority to the maximum level.
  3. Evaluate with attention the counteroffer
  4. In case you decide to leave, agree with your manager the next steps with the customer: your last day on the project and your last day in the company
  5. Decide how and when to communicate it to the team ( is your own responsability ), but after the company eventually communicated it to the customer.

On your last day in the company:

  • [ ] Compile elapseit
  • [ ] Send an email to the gitlab admin saying that you are leaving ( he will delete your account at the end of the day )
  • [ ] Send an email to the office365 admin saying that you are leaving ( he will delete your account at the end of the day )
  • [ ] Format your PC and leave your technical equipment in the office.
  • [ ] Delete all company data on your external drives or other cloud accounts, if needed
  • [ ] Send an email saying goodbye to everybody ( not needed but more than welcome and appreciated )
  • [ ] Detach your devices from Agile Lab account
  • [ ] Dive into your next adventure hoping this has been fun and rewarding
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