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Apart from regulation, consider your offer from your employer's point of view. You're asking them to make it more attractive to you to quit. This will be very unnappealing to them. In a negotiation, you'd have to give up a lot to get it.

I suggest you just ask for more money, instead. Or more time off, or approval to telecommute one day a week. If they give you any of these, they'll believe that it's less likely you'll quit. So they're more likely to give them to you.

Good luck.

Who's had dozens of employers
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