How to Quit Your Job Without Giving Notice
In all U.S. states except Montana, employees are presumed to be at-will employees. This means that, unless you have a written contract, you have the right to quit whenever you want, for any reason – or even for no reason at all. However, many employers require that you provide two weeks' notice when you quit. If you don't, the employer may refuse to give you a reference, or withhold payment of accrued leave. This means that if you want to quit your job without giving notice, you need to carefully evaluate your company's policies and make sure it won't cost you more than it's worth.