How to Write a Resignation Letter

How to Write a Resignation Letter

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How to Write a Letter of Resignation

A letter of resignation looks like any other official letter. The contents of it are pretty straightforward: You open with your personal information (name, last name, email, etc.), the date, the manager’s personal information, and a formal greeting. If you forget to date your letter of resignation, all legal benefits of this written 

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How to Write a Letter of Resignation

record can be open to dispute. There are three main paragraphs in the body of the letter and each one serves a separate purpose: – The first one informs the supervisor that you’re resigning. – The second expresses gratitude for the experience. – The third and last paragraph offers your cooperation with the passage of duties & responsibilities.

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How to Write a Letter of Resignation

And then you sign off with a formal greeting. Here’s what to include in each section of your letter of resignation 1) Letterhead: – Personal details – Date – Manager details 2) Opening greeting 3) First paragraph: – Express that you’re resigning 

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How to Write a Letter of Resignation

from your current position – Mention the date again. 4) Second paragraph: – Say something nice about your experience in the job or the company. The more of a personal touch you can add, the better the impression you’ll leave. – Thank your boss and the organization you worked for.

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How to Write a Letter of Resignation

5) Third paragraph: – Volunteer to make the transition of responsibilities as smooth and simple as possible – Offer your help. 6) Closing salutation, with your typed name and optional signature.

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