HOW TO WRITE A RESIGNATION LETTER: A SIMPLE STEP BY STEP GUIDE

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You’ve decided that it’s time to quit your job. One of the next things you have to do is tell your boss – which isn’t always easy.

Majority of the time, you’ll hand in your resignation letter and give your two weeks notice. Follow these tips to ensure you leave on good terms.

A resignation letter or resignation email is a formal record for HR and your employee file that you are quitting.

What is a Resignation Letter?

How to Write a Resignation Letter In 7 Easy Steps

Your resignation letter should be courteous and professional. Keep the letter positive, and focus on the fact that you are moving on.

Start by clearly stating your intention to resign.

Don’t use vague language or bury the point of your letter.

Give notice for your last day.

Give a specific date for your last day of work so your employer has time to plan for your departure and find a replacement.

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