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So i posted a while back about attempting to become a consultant for the company i'm leaving. they didn't take me up on the offer, no biggie. However, i'm currently trying to type up procedures on what i do, because i am a good guy. I'm trying to train folks on what i do, and i have to track them down and force them to learn the shit. I've got 2 days left (including today), and it seems to me like they are going to be screwed when i leave because nobody wants/is willing to learn this stuff.
So my question is, where do my responsibilities stop? Should i just keep writing the procedures, and if someone wants to learn something, let them come to me? I'm willing to answer questions after i'm gone as well, but i don't think i should be expected to walk anybody through anything once i'm no longer an employee.
Also, my boss left yesterday for the holiday, wont be back until after i am gone, and didn't even say bye/good luck/anything, i'm guessing he is butthurt by my leaving (I gave almost a month's notice, so i didn't bail or anything) but his behavior doesn't exactly make me want to go out of my way.