Our expert says:
It says excllent things about your personality and conscience that you hesitate to leave, and that you recognize a debt of gratitude towads people who have treated you as well as they could. But Buffs raises a crucial point --- they sound as if they're likely to go under anyhow, and when they do, you won't have this other job to move across to. And though maybe you're right that leaving them may be the final straw that caues the company's failure, how sure can you be that staying with them can save the company ? They have been good to you, but from the sound of it, are no longer in a position to look after you.
Maybe, if you feel it'd be a bit bald and unkind to just walk off, you should have an urgent meeting with the management and tell them what you've said in this message, that you'll always be grateful to them for their help in earlier days, and would like to be able to afford to stay with them, but this is an offer far too good for you to be able to afford to turn it down, and you are concerned that if you remain, it may not be long before you are out of a job, with no alternative. Maybe the new employer would be prepared to give you a couple of weeks in which the first company could get a new rep ?
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