I've done it guys. I've finally achieved my dream of moving to Alaska. I was offered a temporary job with pretty decent pay for the position, AND free housing! I'm using the this as a jumping off point to moving to Anchorage. I've wanted to move to Alaska for the longest time and now I'm making that dream a reality!
I'm currently drafting a resignation letter for my director. I'm working minimum wage as a hospital housekeeper, so it's not anything fancy just “Hey, this is when I'll be gone, I'm moving like 5,000 miles away isn't that rad, thanks for the job.”
I'm only giving a 2 weeks notice for 1 reason: No one else wants to work 3rd shift. Which is fine! I have insomnia so I love it, but I realize for people with families and lives, it's a shitty lot. So I want to give my boss time to actually find someone who wants to work it, rather than being forced or coerced bc their boss will get miffed otherwise.
And as such, I'm trying to figure out a way to say to my boss in my letter “Other workers here really do not enjoy this shift, and I would appreciate it if you wouldn't mess with their schedules and instead try to hire someone specifically for the role who actually wants to work overnights”.
But it's all about that professionalism babes, and I don't even know if this is something I should put in the letter, or tell her when we inevitably have a sit down and talk about the resignation.
Thoughts, questions, concerns? Should I just say fuck it and quit on the spot when the time comes, co-workers be damned?