Archived Questions about quitting

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When you go and ask them for the voluntary termination form, will they ask why you're quitting? I want to quit but I don't want to ask for the form with HR asking out loud "oh why are you quitting???" and have other TMs listening in. And I've only worked there for 3 months, but I've been a really great TM, is it worth mentioning Target on my resume for when I go looking for a job?
 

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They shouldn't, it's not professional.
If they do, you have every right not to answer.

three months is three months.
It depends on what else you have for your resume.
 

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Sorry you're thinking about quitting but Corvus has pretty much covered you on the information front.

I have no business knowing why you have decided this but I can tell you that you should stay a little longer even if it's just another month because even though Target seems to have a no reference policy and will probably only verify dates of employment it would sound a lot nicer to a prospective employer on both application and verifying dates of employment that you stayed past the initial 90 days of probation :D
 

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Lol, I know how you feel. When I left as the signing person (being theres only one in the store) I think 6 people from management came and asked me, ranging from ETL's to just TL's... so yeah its no fun.
If I were you though just ask for the form and say I'd rather not say right now.. It actually asks on the form anyways. (well it used to 2 years ago)
 

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Keep it professional, work your 2 weeks & don't burn bridges.
A future employer would be wary of someone who didn't give adequate notice/jump ship on a whim.
You never know what may happen down the road.
 
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Yeah I didn't want to burn any bridges in case I need a job at target again. Its just closing almost every night is affecting my education since I have classes early in the morning, and not enough sleep = not being able to focus at all. I'm not leaving target because I want to work somewhere else instead; I asked about the resume thing in case Target won't take me back when school's over. I already gave my 2 weeks notice, thank you everyone for your advice
 
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You're welcome and Good luck with school :)

In the future if you don't like opening or closing due to future school endeavours you could submit a availability change on eHR MAX to where it basically shows that you wish to only work a certain time frame for scheduling. They aren't post to schedule against availability
 
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