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I don't know much about etiquette, but I have always felt like I should give my employer all the respect and consideration that they give me regarding retirement timing and notice. If they have a history of being ruthless and walking people out as soon as notice is given, then don't give them a second's notice until you are ready to walk out. If they always work with employees to allow them to train replacements and transition to retirement, then work with them to accomplish that.

I suppose if the details of how you leave impact co-workers that you care about, you need to consider that too. But it isn't your job to protect your co-workers.
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