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Is it appropriate to be job searching and not notify your employer?

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asked Aug 3, 2012 in Job Search by RoyBoy87 Inquisitive Expert (1,840 points)
   

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I believe it's plenty appropriate. Telling an employer your intentions to leave, before you put in the two-six week notice, may cause uneasiness in the work place.
answered Aug 3, 2012 by tprev77 Member (710 points)
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It is not wise to share job search with an employer as there is most likely a clause in your job description indicating the company may release you at any time without warning. It should be clear that anyone knowing you are searching will share the information. Do not line up interviews in a way to bring attention to yourself. The only appropriate thing to do is remain silent and if hired give at least two weeks notice to the employer. You need not explain why you are leaving to anyone. Make the transition quietly and leave on a good foot.
answered Jul 3, 2013 by The.Sage Inquisitive Expert (93,460 points)
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