Hello, I started this job about a year ago, and to be honest I thought it was my dream job but I have come to realized that it's more stress than not. I'm a payroll and HR technician and payroll covers about 90-95% of my job description. All other aspect of the job I enjoy doing, but payroll really takes a toll on me. So much so that I do not enjoy work no more. I have shared this with my supervisor last summer but nothing has changed much. I really tried to enjoyed doing payroll, I thought maybe if I tried more, but it's just no for me. I know what I want to do and it's not that. I can't do it and most importantly, I do not want to do it anymore. I have been looking for another job and kinda found one that does not involve any payroll processing at all, which is great. I think I would be great for the job and they think so too as well. They made me a conditional offer. But I'm a little scared of giving my resignation to my current employer on the off chance that the new job renounce their conditional offer. What I haven't said is that I had a stroke a little over 4 years ago and the would be employer asked me to fill out a form before they can make me the official offer. I'm worried that they won't hire me because I've had a stroke and have diabetes,... I haven't had an issue with doing my job following the stroke or the diabetes but, I worry that others won't see it that way.
All come to the point that, I'm willing to give my resignation to my current employer because I need to get away from payroll but what if the new employer rejects me after my medical form? I won't get any unemployment because I resigned.
A very worried one.