If you plan to email your resignation to your supervisor but donít know how to, here are some samples to base it upon. Go through these tips and simply get started.

Resignation Email

You have successfully made it through the interview, bagged a new lucrative paycheck and career title, and now you simply cannot wait to resign from your current job! But the big question is about breaking the big news to your employer! Doesn’t matter how much you loathe your current job or can’t wait to bag a better bargain, calling it a day is never easy, more so when you are stuck with the difficult choice of whether to email your letter or personally hand it. While most companies will appreciate a handwritten and personally delivered resignation letter over a rather ‘unprofessional’ appearing email, know that there is nothing completely wrong in sending a resignation letter via email. While the option of personally delivering a resignation letter is any day a better choice, there may be a time and situation that wouldn’t allow you to walk in to your superior's office and hand over the letter in person. In such a case, a quick email is just fine.  However, it is important to consider a few things before you click the ‘send’ button in case you don’t want to burn any bridges. Here are a few email resignation samples for you. Read on to get typing.
 
Resignation Email Sample
 
Sample Email Of Resignation # 1
 
Email Subject Line: Resignation
 
Dear ……….(Recipient's name)

This is to inform you that I am resigning from my post of Marketing Research Analyst as I have been awarded with a better prospect that will help me work in the area of my stated preference/branding. Therefore, I am offering my resignation from….. (company name) and wish to notify you that ……. (date) will be my last day of employment in my current position.
 
I extend my hearty gratitude to this organization for giving me the opportunity to grow and hone my skills. I cherish my association with………(company name). Sincere thanks and best wishes for the future.

Sincerely,
Your name, title
 
 
Sample Mail Of Resignation # 2
 
Email Subject Line: Resignation

Dear ………(Recipient's name)
 
With deep regret and some excitement, I would like to tender my resignation from the post of …….. (job or post title), effective from …….. (date). Considering the present internal operations and my future career prospects in mind, I am lucky enough to have bagged this dream opportunity.
 
I will be happy to assist in the training of my substitute. Your support and encouragement during the past two years has allowed me to develop my capabilities. I thank you for all the love and support. I will miss you all at …… (company name). Your leadership provides me with many fond memories. I wish you continued success.

Sincerely,
Your name, title
 
Sample Mail Of Resignation # 3

Email Subject Line: Resignation
 
Dear….. (Recipient's name)
 
It is with great sorrow that I am tendering my resignation to ….. (company name), effective immediately.

The decision of leaving this company was difficult and I thoroughly deliberated the direction of my career before I made up my mind. I have only wonderful things to say about this company, about the people I’ve known and worked with in my three years of tenure. Your support as a team lead has been exceptional and has helped my career chart new heights. I appreciate any questions or discussions from your side to make this transition easier.

My experience at….. (company name) has been rewarding and productive, and I wish only the best for you and the company.
 
Sincerely,
Your name, title


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