In England is it common to get paid weekly or bi-weekly?
Most people in England get paid monthly. The exact definition of monthy varies, some get paid on a four week rolling timetable, some get paid on a day of the month, like the 22nd or the 28th. Then there are expection if that day falls on a weekend, some companies come in early (the friday) so the Monday. Some areas of work still get paid weekly, those who are apprentices, and some electricians/plumbers etc. Wages are given out, usually as its day rates, on a friday. Some places do pay two-weekly too. A company my brother worked for did, as they were signed up as self-employed, so you could chose what days to work. It does however make more work for everyone, if you have contracted hours, so doesn't happen/isn't popular with most companies.
If you quit after 3 weeks, it looks bad. That's the downside. However, the upside is greater, and face it, the job you leave will be filled quite soon. What they'll be mad about is that you inconvenienced them. That's it. Also, you need to measure the ethical side of working with disabled people who you don't want to work with. If you had an attitude adjustment, that would take care of the ethical side, but really, you should think about the person who replaces you, who will both have a job and may actually like it and not be conflicted. And, you'll be happy, too. A win-win from a utilitarian perspective, and you only inconvenience others and (slightly and only potentially) damage your reputation.
Buy yourself a few days by telling both companies you have two offers to consider. Then call your recruiter at the preferred company and ask what the status is of that job because you have X days to consider two other offers but would still rather be with their company. If they can't give you an answer then decide what offer you'll accept. Congratulations and good luck!
I quit my job at Walmart without giving 2 weeks notice- would they rehire me?
Walmart is ***. Big, scary, fat middle aged woman in yoga pants ***. I just quit my job there because I was tired of the way they treated the unloaders, you know, the ones who unload the ******* trucks so that they have product in their store? Yeah, they treated us like ****, even though we were excellent workers, and not just management, anyone that made more than their starting 7.65, they also treated us like ****. But, yeah... Walmart probably wouldn't even consider rehiring you. [shrugs] But that's a good thing. Run free little birdy, fly away.
For whatever reason you are quitting do so in an honorable fashion. Do not burn bridges. I have known people who have quit and cussed out the entire place. That gave them momentarily joy but over the long run it probably hurt them when it came time to find another job. Just leave quickly and quietly, thanking them for the job.Depending on the situation, offer to train your replacement or to stay until a replacement is found. If that is not possible quit as soon as possible. There is no good reason to stay unless the job you are doing is essential to the company. Do not, if at all possible, leave them in a lurch. I have had employees quit unexpectedly on me without a good reason and I can tell you when their next employers called me about their employment with our company I was not dishonest.
How do I quit a job at a daycare polietly and fast without giving two weeks notice?
I started working at this daycare in September 2013 as a way to double my income (I have a higher paying job during the day) so I pay to go to school and get my bachelors degree. I loved it more than anything and I had great babies and never more than 2 or 3. Recently though I have had four babies everyday and it is slowly driving me insane to the point where I go home and cry every night or take out my anger on my family. I am not that kind of person in general so this job is completely changing me. I find reasons to call out of my job just so I can have a break for my sanity. My boss at this daycare is one of the nicest and most understanding people I have met in my life. I also have a few friends there, so it has nothing to do with the employees or my boss but just an overwhelming stress load. I am only there for about three hours a day but I just can't take it anymore. I want to quit and not give 2 weeks notice because I honestly do not think I will be able to handle two more weeks without breaking. I do not care about getting a reference from them because I do not need it but I do feel bad about putting my boss in this position. Also, I am very bad at in person confrontation so if anyone has any ideas on how to quit without doing it in person please help. My boss is usually gone for the day by the time I come in so I never really see her (I communicate with my boss through text) Can someone please help me figure out what to write in a letter or how to go about this is a kind and nice way?
No. You can do anything you want. Two weeks is an accommodation you provide to the employer, assuming you live in an at-will state, and you're not under some kind of contract or other type of legally enforceable work agreement. Just don't expect a recommendation. You've only been there a week, as it is. Chances are they'd just let you go instantly anyway; not worth additional investment, unless you have some kind of mad irreplaceable skill that you were doing for them for 32 hours week (which means no benefits, right?)I'm curious about this - how did you determine that the job is too stressful for you after only one week in it? Unless you have a better offer, I'd expect you'd stay in it, despite the stress. It's only been a week!
I recently quit my job. Will my last check be direct deposited in time?
Years ago it was up to each company to decide how they made their last payment to each employee. I'd think, think being the key word, it's still the same. However if you owe them anything, they will deduct. Or if you have their uniform? They want it back, they may hold your pay back. If it's longer then 2 days late, I'd call and be polite, ask what's up? If you need to go in for it. I hope you left under good terms. Either way, regardless of how you left, if they owe you, they have to pay you by law. So don't worry, just call and ask. :)
How much a biweekly paycheck be for someone earning 45k year after tax in nyc bronx with no kids or dependants
When you claim one on you form the government takes out LESS taxes. A lot of people do that, but then they have to pay in at the end of the year. I always claim 0. They take out more during the year, but you get alot back. I know a couple of people who are on monthly payments with the IRS for owing taxes. As far as pay, you are looking at about 1250-1300. (According to my friend, there is no way I make that much ;-( )