What are legitimate personal reasons to quit a job early?

If you're considering quitting your job, make sure you have a legitimate personal reason. Here are some examples of when it may be the right time to move on.

Here are 3 practical reasons most employees want to leave their job early (sometimes without serving their full notice periods):

  1. If you are experiencing harassment or discrimination at your job, it is understandable to want to leave early.
  2. Another legitimate reason to quit a job early would be if you feel like you are in danger; for example, if your workplace is physically unsafe. Lack of safety protocol and control measures.
  3. Finally, if you simply cannot stand your co-workers or boss and the environment is toxic, it might be time to move on.

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