Reporter Charlo Greene quit her job live on air. How would you make your dramatic exit?
By now, you've all probably seen the video of Charlo Greene, the Alaskan TV reporter who quit her job on-air. If not, you're in for a treat.
While reporting on the Alaska Cannabis Club, a medical marijuana establishment in Alaska, Greene decided it was the best possible time to quit. As she sums up the report, she tells viewers (and her bosses) that she's actually the owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club and that from here on, she will be focused on her new business. "And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but, f**k it, I quit," said Greene.
Not that this is the best way to go, but we started thinking: If you could quit your job dramatically, how would you do it? Would you go with the public option, like Greene? Would you let them have it in an exit interview? Would you tell off your boss in private? OR would you simply walk out for lunch and never go back? Take out poll and let us know your creative ways of quitting, in the comments below.
QUESTION:If you could quit your job dramatically, how would you do it? Very publicly . 12% Flame them in an exit interview. 19% Privately tell off my boss. 18% Walk out and never return. 51% Total votes: 348