LETTER OF RESIGNATION
A verbal resignation may be in some cases all that is necessary to resign from a company or an organization. However, it is both wise and useful for both the employee and employer to have a written record of the resignation. The common practice is to resign in person with a follow-up letter.
Tips on writing a letter of resignation:
Remember that your letter goes into official records. In our highly litigious society, you will want to avoid anything in your letter to the employer that could be misconstrued or used against you later. There is little excuse for allowing negative emotions to appear in letters between employees and employers. Don't burn your bridge, because you may need to cross it sometime in the future, especially when you list this job as part of your work history or you need to use this employer as a reference.
Whether or not you find yourself overly involved emotionally, it may be best to leave this to the professionals at JaneCo's Sensible Solutions.
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