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What can I say when I quit?

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I'm quitting a rotten job with a VERY rotten boss soon. In my resignation I would like to tell my boss how rotten he is. Personally I would like to sue him and the company for several things said/done but I have no way to prove them in court. I would also like to 'pass on' my resignation to several vice-presidents and the company president to show why I (and several other people who have already left) have left.

My quandry is this. I do not want to put myself in any legal liability. I know that I'm burning several bridges behind me here but I really do not care. They will and cannot affect my later life. my question is what is my legal liability here? Since I have no proof of what he says and does, can tthis bite me later if he is not promoted later on or fired (one can only hope here).

Any advice would be apreciated.

P.S. my state is Arizona


D. D. Lessenberry

There's an old saying in business: never burn your bridges.

Resign gracefully unless you have ALREADY consulted an attorney who claims you can sue this employer.

I say: cut your losses and move on.

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