After 35 years working for the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, 58-year-old Michael Stuban ended his career with a bang.
According to a recent article by The Washington Post, he emailed a "brutally honest" exit questionnaire that ripped his colleagues and bosses to not only the HR department, but also to the 2,000-plus other employees at the Turnpike Commission.
"When they asked for an honest exit interview, I gave them one," Stuban told Philly.com. He retired on Thanksgiving Day and now plans to travel and volunteer at his church.
While it might be tempting, and seemingly hilarious, to go out in a blaze of glory like Stuban or Joanna in "Office Space," you're better off holding your tongue.
Here are a few tips to help you master the art of quitting.