Quitting a job with class important, experts say


By LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer
Published: 8/22/2010  2:28 AM
Last Modified: 8/22/2010  7:23 AM

Leaving a job with class never backfires.

That apparently was a lesson lost on Steven Slater – the notorious JetBlue flight attendant who caused a media storm when he quit his job.
By now, most everyone has heard about Slater, who flew off the handle following an alleged confrontation with a passenger and quit his job with an obscenity-laced rant over the plane’s public address system before escaping down the plane’s emergency chute. His dramatic exit has resonated with many people who know what it’s like to work with rude customers or stressful job demands. But what he did was wrong, workplace experts say.

Read more @ Tulsa World

Choose another article of your interest in the blog archive in the right column. Or scroll further down for books about protocol, interesting links, articles about protocol and protocol related tweets.