When, despite your best efforts at keeping your job, it's not going to work out and resigning is the only option, what should you include in your resignation letter? What's the best way to let your company know you're moving on?
When writing a resignation letter, it's important to keep your letter simple, brief, and to the point - include just the facts and leave it at that.
It should also be positive, because once you have decided to resign, there's no point in criticizing the company - you may need a reference in the future and there isn't any point in burning bridges because you're leaving anyway.
Write a formal resignation letter, so it can be placed in your employment file. When you're not sure how to write a resignation letter, review sample resignation letters to get some ideas of what to say and how to say it.
If you're going to send an email resignation letter even though that's not really the best way to resign, here's how to notify your employer via email that you're turning in your resignation.
Here are guidelines for writing resignation letters and emails.
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