All set to quit your job but stuck with the idea of writing that all important resignation letter? Here are some samples to bail you out. Just go through them and get started.

Sample Resignation Letter

Just like a classy career upswing can put your professional life in top gear, a sloppy slapdash exit can skid the wheels of your career like nothing else. So before you dash for the exit door, halt and do some damage control with an impressive resignation letter. After all, you wouldn’t want to stay in the bad books of your previous employer for good. Career growth is good as long as you know to deal with the nuances of this transition. And the best way to salvage your career from going into the dumps is to cease your contract on a positive note. Writing a resignation letter is indeed an art and is well worth every effort. However, most people often tend to minimize its import and end up falling on the wrong side of their previous organization. If you, too, are a starter and naïve to the niceties of writing a positive and constructive resignation letter, this sample resignation letter can bail you out. Check out the following samples of resignation letters to get you started.
 
 
Resignation Letter Examples
 
Sample Resignation Letter (With Notice)
 
Employee Name
Employee Designation
Employee Address
Date of Resignation
 
Employer Name/HR Department
Employer Address
 
Respected Sir/Madam
 
Subject: Letter of Resignation
 
I (your name) working since (date of joining) in the position of (your designation) in your esteemed organization, would hereby tender my wish to resign from my services. The reason behind my resignation is (reason of resignation).
 
Working with (company name) has been a profound experience and hence the decision to quit was difficult for me. I extend my gratitude to the management and all my fellow workers for the love and support they have conferred upon me. I would also take this opportunity to extend my apologies to anyone, if I have ever been rude to them on any occasion. Lastly, my best regards for the development of this company.
 
I kindly request you to accept my resignation letter and relieve me by (date of relieving). I will gladly put up with all the exit formalities.
 
Yours Sincerely
 
Signature
(Employee name)
 
 
Sample Resignation Letter (Without Notice)
 
Employee Name
Employee Designation
Employee Address
Date of Resignation
 
Employer Name/HR Department
Employer Address
 
Respected Sir/Madam
Subject: Letter of Resignation
 
I (your name) working since (date of joining) at the position of (your designation) in your prestigious company, would like to step down from my services. The reason behind my resignation is (reason of resignation). I request you to kindly relieve me till (earliest relieving date).
 
I will not be able to serve the notice period as (give the relevant reason). I am thankful to the organization for all the support, love and growth opportunities they have given to me. I would also like to apologize for my mistakes and any misconduct during my tenure. I convey my best regards for the development and growth of this organization.
 
I kindly request you to accept my resignation letter and relieve me of my services at the earliest.
 
Yours Sincerely
 
Signature
(Employee name)
 
 
Sample Resignation Letter (General)
 
Your Name
Your Address
Your City, State, Zip Code
Your Phone Number
Your Email
 
Date
 
Name
Title
Organization
Address
City, State, Zip Code
 
Respected Sir/Madam
 
Subject: Letter of Resignation
 
I (your name) would like to notify that I am resigning from my position as (your designation) for (company name), effective from (date of departure).
 
I express my heartfelt gratitude for all the professional opportunities and personal development that you have offered me during my tenure with the company. I enjoyed working for the company and value the support and encouragement given to me during my tenure with the company.
 
If I can be of any help to the company during this transition, please feel free to let me know.
 
Sincerely,
Signature
(Employee name)


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