I an a government contractor.
My periodic review is still running. I have had the investigator come back and ask me about not giving 2 weeks notice at a few of my previous jobs. The fact is that I didn’t give 2 weeks notices at a few of my jobs and enjoyed excercising my right to work in my right to work State. Employers are not required to give us 2 weeks notices and neither am I. If I was on a contract that I didn’t like, was underpaid on, or was going to end soon and couldn’t wait to get out and get another one I’d draft up an email providing immediate resignation. Sure I did that a few times but I am not sure how enjoying my State’s laws make me a security risk. Why might they be harping on that so much? I don’t understand how I am expected to follow rules that are outside of absolute societal norms and not on my SF-86 form. Sure, I need to be concerned about burning a bridge with a company, but not sure what that would have to do with being a security risk.
Everyone I know in the DC area has about the same story with their PR taking 2 years plus but I am surprised that the investigation is still open.
Still I am concerned.
Thank you for your thoughts.