In all my business relationships, I expect mutual respect and trust to be an integral part of my working relationship with another person. If one or both of the qualities are lacking, the relationship should not be continued.
So what do you do when you feel uncomfortable or weird about working for someone but can’t put it into words? That? Should I continue the business relationship or move on?
I can’t really answer these questions for you, but I’ve learned over the years of working for or with people that it’s okay to keep going. In other words, if I think a business relationship isn’t mutually satisfying, it’s okay to break it off. There are many employers out there and many other projects to work on. The same goes for the other person: if you leave her or he leaves you, he will find someone else.
In my opinion, you don’t even have to have a specific or specific reason. Sometimes you have a gut reaction to a particular project, while other times there is something about the project that goes against your principles or just doesn’t suit you. It doesn’t matter, just end the relationship and move on.
How you end the relationship is up to you. If you want to leave a door open, it’s okay to tell the person you’re busy with other projects. If you want to close the door, you can tell them specifically why you no longer want to work for that person. === Make sure you spice up your words with kindness, but don’t go around the bush and certainly don’t lie. You can’t worry about what others think of you; This is a waste of time and will definitely affect your ability to form new and strong business relationships in the future.