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How can I quit a job with an intimidating supervisor?

I'm currently working at a tutoring program in my school and one of my supervisors intimidates me at times due to their overbearing attitude towards simple requests or clarifying questions week to week. Now that I'm thinking of quitting, how can I best phrase my two weeks notice? Do I have to give two weeks notice?

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Shruti’s Answer

I am sorry you do not have a empathetic supervisor.
I think you need to find out what is the policy around notice period at your Employer.
Or ask Ex-colleagues who left the organization if they had to serve a notice period.

You can find many templates online to write your resignation email/letter.

You may start here - https://www.themuse.com/advice/everything-you-need-to-know-about-putting-in-two-weeks-notice
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Sarah’s Answer

Hey Corina!
Sounds like you are having a tough time in your current position with your supervisor. I have been in the same position a couple of times in my career journey. One thing that I find that helps is to make sure that you have open communication and to develop a key skill in the work place -coaching up. It can be really difficult at times, especially if you are intimidated by your supervisor, but being able to communicate how you are feeling and letting your boss know that you are not getting the support that you need to be the best you can at your tasks, will help you throughout your working career.

However, if you are in a hostile working condition, that is definitely different. It is always best to partner with your HR team to find the best steps to resolve your concerns.
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Thousif’s Answer

Hai
Find a way to report regrading your supervisor behavior to the higher rank than him and check if they are taking appropriate action on him before quitting your job over there then take your decisions accordingly.
Don't escape from anything until you have not done any mistake .Be confident and face it ,you are your primary savior.

If at all you decided to leave job please follow Shruti's answer

All the best .

Thanks.

Thousif recommends the following next steps:

Report to higher official regarding supervisor behavior
Do not make your decision to leave your job as first priority
Be brave and be strong such that you can punch someone who is disturbing you without your mistake
Be positive and keep yourself motivated
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