Resignation Letter Sample - sometimes leaving a job is very difficult, especially if you enjoy the place you work and the people you work with.
Consequently, writing a resignation letter can be a hard thing to do.
What should be a relatively quick and easy thing to do becomes long and drawn out process - one in which you could spend days writing a letter rather than minutes.
I've been there too, and turned to resignation letter templates when I needed one.
A template offers the advantages of being accessible on command (Google it and plenty of choices are presented to you) and can easily be personalized to your needs.
Following are five Resignation Letter Samples for your convenience.
change is good resignation letter - sometimes leaving a job is a good thing and can a reason to celebrate. Not because of what you're leaving behind, but because of what lies ahead. It reflects how change can be a good thing.
job resignation letter - i wasn't looking for a job - this letter is a about an office manager leaving her position to pursue her dreams of being a full time author. It shows both appreciation to the company who employed her for many years and her excitement about moving forward on a new career path.
it's time for me to leave resignation letter - here's a letter written by Jeff. He wrote it after having accepted a job offer in another part of the country. It was time to go - new opportunities awaited him
my resigned letter to previous company - the title reads a little awkward, but don't let that stop you from reading it - as it's a pretty good letter. If I were to start a new letter based on a template, I wouldn't hesitate to use it.
my first resignation letter - this letter was submitted by Angela and as the title suggests it was the first resignation letter she ever used. Grammatical errors aside I think it's an effective one.
More Resignation Letter Links
Acceptance of Resignation
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Discreet Letter of Resignation