More than half of employees want quitting their jobs to become viral events
52 percent want quitting their job to be a viral event, according to a new survey.
The survey conducted by Shoutly found 52 percent of Americans "plan" to quit their jobs with socially shareable style, CNet reported.
7 percent said that they wanted to follow in the footsteps of Marina Shifrin, the person who filmed a video resignation late at night from her Taiwanese animation company.
Another 7 percent said that they planned to quit with the help of a musical band and further 7 percent said that they planned to quit in a blaze of glory.
(Posted on 05-05-2014)