Giving Two Week Notice is the standard practice when resigning from a job. If you have an employment contract or union agreement that states how much notice you should give, abide by it.
The Two Week Notice was made popular during the manufacturing age when the group of people known as “The Greatest Generation” would inform their employer that they are retiring from the job they have been loyal to all their working life. The notice was to allow sufficient time for the employer to find a suitable replacement for their position. It was meant to be a courtesy. This generation has come and gone and so has the Two Week Notice.
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