Resignation Letter Example

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Quitters can prosper. Whether you’re resigning from a great job for an even greater opportunity or you’re quitting a career that sucks, resigning from your position with a professional resignation letter can keep the door open for future jobs.

Colleagues, bosses, and Human Resources peops from your career past can often re-enter your work life if your industry draws from a small employment pool.

Don't be a jerk: How to write a classy resignation letter

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Don't be a jerk: How to write a classy resignation letter

Five rules for writing a resignation letter with professionalism and class.

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Resignation Letter Example

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This letter of resignation is pretty darn short at only three lines, I know. Saying you’re leaving, giving notice, and offering “Thanks” does not require pages of copy. Promise.

Love,
Kerry

Your two cents:

  1. patrick December 23rd, 2013

    this is a big help, but what if we have decided to leave for negative reasons in the company? What do I do if i need to get things off my chest to my boss so that she knows exactly why I’m leaving?

  2. Britney January 2nd, 2014

    How do I write a letter of resignation due to a college internship?

    Thank you for your help!

  3. suzanne ranger January 14th, 2014

    I am in the same situation regarding Patrick’s questions on December 23rd 2013.
    I have been employed with this company for 6 years.

  4. Wisam March 5th, 2014

    if you want to get something off your chest, send an “intent of resignation letter”, means send an email to your boss explain why you hate your job and what do you want to make it better, you have the intention of resigning any ways, so its a win-win situation, if your boss replies with a positive response, then you got what you want, and if he reply in a negative way (happened to me), then at least you got it off your chest, and you can proceed with a resignation letter :).

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