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Appraisal vs Resignation

A newly-joined trainee engineer asks his boss: "What is the meaning of appraisal?"
Boss: "Do you know the meaning of resignation?"
Trainee: "Yes, I do."
Boss: "So let me make you understand what an appraisal is by comparing it with resignation."

In an appraisal meeting they will speak only about your weakness, errors and failures.
In a resignation meeting they will speak only about your strengths, past achievements and success.

During an appraisal you may need to cry and beg for even a 10% pay hike.
In a resignation meeting you can easily demand (or get more without asking) more than 50-60% pay-hike!

During an appraisal, they will deny promotion saying that you did not meet the expectation, you don't have leadership qualities, and that you had several drawbacks in reaching objective/goal.
During resignation, they'll say you are the core member of the team; that you are the vision of the company, and so "How can you go?"; you have to take the project on your shoulders and lead your juniors to success.

There is a 90% chance of not getting any significant incentives after appraisal.
There is a 90% chance of getting an immediate pay-hike after you put in your resignation.

Trainee: "Yes, boss, good enough. Now I know what to do. When you are about to do my appraisal, I will resign.


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