It is a small world and we are all working for a long time.
During that time we all move around and we will come across again the people that we thought we had left behind.
Your brand and reputation are vital assets so don't blow it by being a j**k when you are leaving a job.
It may be tempting to tell them all what you think but it is wiser not to. You never know who you will meet again and where.
You’ve decided to leave your job and you’ve told your boss. But once you’ve gotten through that difficult conversation, you have to figure out how to tell others. Perhaps you’ve got a mentor who has been integral in shaping your career. And what about team members with whom you’ve worked for a long time? Do you need to tell everyone in person, or will an email suffice? How do you inform people in a way that keeps your relationships intact and is respectful of your organization’s office politics?