Never burn your bridges when you go to your boss to resign. Always behave with dignity on the way out - as these things can sometimes come back to bite you on the rear-end.
We did a quick poll to find out how our readers intended to find their next job outside their current organisation.
We asked you your thoughts on your base salary.
New York magazine quotes from an e-mail that is said to have been circulating over in Bear Stearns New York office which reveals that an April 2nd inspection of the firm's in-house staff canteen uncovered 42 US health-code violations. (The average violation-point total for restaurants is said to be 13).
Now every time we do an item that in anyway has a pop at the quality of staff many of our finest financial institutions appear to be falling over themselves to hire in lower cost locations, we get inundated with e-mails.
Remember Ray Ducharme ? He's the Bank of America bond trader gored by a cow (ok, it did weigh several hundred pounds) at a bull festival in Pamplona, Spain, last summer ?
Here are a few comments made by our readers following our recent posting:
The Guardian reports that a jacket purported to have been worn by 'Rogue Trader' Nick Leeson has been sold to a private buyer by KPMG, the liquidator for Barings (the bank he bust) for $41,200.
Here are the results of our recent 'Job Security' Poll:
At last, some better news for staff over at Citi. Fed up with job losses and asset writedowns (not to mention those constant memos from CEO Vikram Pandit), it seems some of their number may escape the job axe after all.
We've gone through our Best Place to Work rankings since 2008, and here's the top 20 firms as voted by our readers since the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008.
Federal prosecutors in New York have accused a Costa Rica-based company and its founder of running a $6bn money-laundering scheme that became a "bank of choice for the criminal underworld".
They are good-looking, cool, (mostly) young, and rather well off.