I, Lex, am notifying the management of Unnamed Pizza Company that June 4th, 2019 will be my last shift with this company. I have greatly enjoyed my time as an employee working alongside the staff at Unnamed and consider it to have been a pinnacle in my working career. The experiences, skills, knowledge and patience that I have been taught are truly valuable and I believe that they would not have been learned the same way anywhere else.
Thank you to everyone who has trained me, taught me and helped me grow both personally and professionally. At this time in my life, opportunities more in lined with future goals have arisen and I have decided to take them.
This bitch is outttttttt. No more pizza for meeeeee.
Turning in a two weeks notice make you realize just how invaluable and easily replaceable you actually are. I handed it to my manager.
“So… I’m leaving,”
I’ve been here a year and a half. Damn.
“It’s been fun,”
“Why would I care? I’m leaving too.”
My general manager, upon receiving my note, sent me a lovely message.
“Got ur text, sad ur leaving. Can u come in tonight and work 5-8?”
My last day on the job, which was actually May 26th, went something like this:
“Hey Nate, I’m leaving”
“I got an offer at another company. They’ll have me working nights,”
“You can’t do that to me, man. How are we ever going to replace you?”
“I don’t know, I’m easily replaceable. I’m not an astrophysicist or anesthesiologist or something like that, I have few skills.”
General manager: “Yeah, she’s my favorite – but I’ve had a lot of favorites. They all come and go. I’m sure I’ll have a new favorite soon enough.”
He also told me that it would just be easier if I left that night versus sticking around for two weeks.
A year and a half slaving away to this company and this is what I get.
Thank God I’m leaving.
It’s been fun, but I’m glad I’m done.
If I survive, then I’ll see you tomorrow,