With respect you entered your work place with respect you depart when you resign. Do not burn bridges. Don’t bad mouth your company or your previous bosses even if they deserve it. They may be your customers in the future. In business, yesterday’s enemy is very often tomorrow’s friend.”

My first boss would still buy me a cup of coffee every time we meet. It’s a wonderful experience.

6 thoughts on “

  1. ethel

    I agree, : ). Respect is a virtue we must carry with us always. Respect to God, ourselves, and our fellowmen.

    Have an inspiring and excellent CHRISTmas Mr. Francis! : )

  2. Red Denal

    This is very true. In an employment world we should know how to respect the bad boss so well. Respect and understand is the key world. Thanks.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family, Sir Francis.
    God bless.

  3. Kaye

    I agree with you, although i think it’s a 2-way street. Bosses must also respect any employee’s decision to move on and find its growth elsewhere. Sadly, some bosses automatically takes it against a resigned employee.

    1. Francis Kong

      Yes Kaye and you are so right. Some bosses become negative and emotional when people leave them. They feel they have been rejected. This should not be the case.

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