Fantasy GM wrote:I figured out a good ending to this:
Next time I have work, I will go in and tell my supervisor that I have accepted another job that is full-time, I just found out "yesterday," etc. I would be willing to continue at the current company for another week until everything is straightened out.
I think that works for everyone. Again, it's a part-time position where they have plenty of depth, but a "one-week notice" does the trick here. It just seemed awkward because I couldn't even give a "two-week notice" since I won't even be there for two weeks.
One week is better than one day. Basically, the more notice the better. "Good form" is two weeks, but if you have one week, give one week.
Awkward for you is WAY better than partially screwed for the employer. Doesn't matter how many people are in your department - the job you have right now wouldn't exist if the duties didn't need to be done. The more notice you give them the better it is for them.
These are real people you're dealing with here, not concepts in awkwardness. Be decent to them.