I think my tenure is about done where I'm at. Issue 1- I was doing a favor for a salesman and helping him deliver a car. We drove the customer's new car and another car to Jersey City. We parked both cars, looked for no parking signs, and agreed we thought we were good. We weren't. Both cars got ticketed within 20 minutes. Honest mistake. Well our one boss decided we would have to pay the tickets. Fine. It was my fault. He also decided to write us up. Really? It was an accident. Whatever. Issue 2- I switched days off with another guy. I didn't want to. I had plans and told the guy no. He said he'd get me Saturday off if I did. I told him if the bosses OKed it I would. He said they did, and I worked his day. Come in today and get asked about my no show on Saturday. What? Well they talk to us both to get our sides of the story. Guy admits it all. He needed the day off, and he handled my workload Saturday. Same manager says he thinks we're trying to get one by him. Why'd you ask us for our story if you already knew what your decision was? The kicker- Since I was the one who didn't show up, I'm getting written up. In addition to these, he just always seems to have a comment. Ask me why I'm not working yet when I'm standing at my desk at 8:55a with my jacket still on. If he wasn't my boss we'd have had words by now. I have thick skin. If a guy is getting to me, there is a reason. Even other employees have asked what's up. So here's my question. In this type of situation, how would you exit? It's not like I'm in the industry I want to stay in and I don't need the reference. I've never not left a job on good terms. This is uncharted waters.