If you firmly believe that there's no choice other that to quit your summer internship, you may want to read this article, "Time to Quit Your Internship: It May Be Time To Pack Up Your Bags & Leave".
Although working out solutions to problems in the workplace is usually the best course of action, there are times when the situation may be bad enough that it may warrant making a decision to leave.
Included below is a list of 4 reasons as to why you might choose to leave your internship immediately:
- When you feel threatened or unsafe at your internship.
- When your personal values are being compromised.
- When you don't feel respected on the job.
- When the company is involved in illegal practices or unethical behavior.
The list below includes situations where you may be able to communicate and work things out:
- If you encounter problems working with a specific supervisor or co-worker on the job.
- If the internship is just not what you expected.
- If you're bored and find that you really have nothing to do.
- If you are finding it hard to keep up with the workload.
Assessing the situation and deciding on the best course of action will help you to make an informed decision that you can feel comfortable with.
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