When you quit your job it is hopefully because you are going to a company where you will either have a higher position or will be doing something totally different as a career. More than 59% of all employees who leave an organization do so between six months and one year after their start date. Of those who stay, another 50% leave before two years of employment. It can also be good if you are quitting because you have found a company that aligns better with your needs.
But in some cases people quit because they are so exasperated with their job and cannot find any reason to stay. In all of these situations (especially the last one) you may feel the need to say certain things in your exit interview about what you thought of the company (AKA the seventh circle of hell) and the people in it (AKA Satan’s miscreants.) Now if you have won the lottery and never need to work again then go ahead and speak your mind. But for the rest of you, you may want to keep these expert tips in mind. Here are 10 things you should never say when you quit your job.