• Yes I would, but there's a strong possibility that I might be a little late every day and maybe a little hung over too. : )
  • I would.
    • Anoname
      Good to see I'm not the only one who'd leave their job unmanned.
    • Linda Joy
      I've had to manage before I respect the position
  • I can't answer this as I am working for myself, but if I did win the lotto I will not stop working. Money goes quickly and I will rather live life comfortably forever instead of living like a king for 2 years.
    • Anoname
      Lots of millionairs return to the common fortunes from poor money management.
    • Natz
      Yes and that is because the money has gone to there heads. People think money is everything and get you everything. So they either think they are better than others while they have it and cry because they lost all there friends after they lost all there money or they spend it on the wrong things like trying to buy friends and sadly once the money dries up, those so called friends does to, but I do think people that do win the lotto, should quit there jobs, expecially if they weren't happy there, they should work a two week notice in respect of there employer, but they must not stop working. They can always start something for themselves
  • Yes, I would still work a two week notice. It's the courteous thing to do. I always try to treat people how I would want to be treated.
    • Anoname
      Those words mirror my viewpoint.
  • I would if I had a job.
    • Anoname
      Absence makes the heart grow work.
    • Linda Joy
      Very much so!
  • It is always foolish to burn bridges.
    • Anoname
      Even when you're rich.
    • Archie Bunker
      Not always. - "Burn your bridges behind you. Then there is no way but forward."
    • Linda Joy
      And makes it harder for your enemies to follow.
  • I sure as hell would....I've always believed you treat your boss/company the way YOU"D wanna be treated if you were in their shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Anoname
      I feel that way too.
  • Why would I turn into a jackass and lose my manners and ethics just because I won some money?
  • Yep. Because it's the right thing to do.
    • Archie Bunker
      Or I'd fall down the steps and go out on workers' comp.
    • Linda Joy
  • I'd ask my boss if my leaving suddenly would put him in a bind and, if it would, I would work the two weeks.
  • yeah i prob wouldnt even quit. it would be nice having that kind of leverage over my employer
  • probably, its only fair unless i can find sonneone to take nny place right away
  • It takes time before you actually get the money.
  • No freakin' way. I'd move to Tahiti faster than you can say "Naked Women and Martini's" lol😇
  • I'd probably feel an onus to work much more than two weeks. I doubt I could "transfer" necessary info to a new employee in just two weeks.
  • Giving a 2-week notice shows integrity. Unfortunately, employers don't respect always your loyalty. After working the 2 weeks I gave notice for (moving to a better job), the boss called me into his office to give me my final paycheck. Instead of handing it to me with a little schpiel about the job I quality of work I performed, he threw it at me and told me to "get out".
  • I would buy the company.

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