Some days ago, Rahul Yadav, chief executive officer of online realty start-up Housing.com, created a stir by shooting off a resignation letter with scathing remarks about investors and board members, only to withdraw his resignation the same day.If you’ve had a heated discussion with a co-worker or boss, seen your project handed over to someone else, or its funding stopped, don’t give in to a knee-jerk response. Big though these issues may seem, you need to look at the larger picture, says Aditya Narayan Mishra, president, staffing, Randstad India Ltd, a human resource (HR) consulting firm. “Many people think that losing a project or a problematic relationship with the boss is the end of it all. You need to know you are not alone and that issues with the boss or company can be resolved,” says Bengaluru-based Mishra.We spoke to HR heads of companies on why resigning in a hurry can be a terrible idea.

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