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Wow. Hoping you work somewhere with a Human Resources area to speak, too, especially if you have leave they need to pay out. If not, you'll just have to make him listen.

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There are ways to establish this that are respectful of the resigning employee, like counter-offers. You don't get to just refuse a valid resignation.

Boss: "I resign your resignation" OP: "I don't think that's how it wor..." Boss: "Shhh... Only employment now."

Your boss can't do that. You might have to stay for a few months before you can legally leave, but after that, they can't stop you. Make sure to give your boss an official letter stating your decision to quit, and keep a copy of it!


I'd email it too. So there is proof that you sent it to your boss. And if there are higher ups, or a HR department, cc them on it.

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