Compensation And Benefits Resignation Letter

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No matter why you are leaving a job, a professional compensation and benefits resignation letter reflects well upon your past, present and future as a respectful compensation and benefits employee dedicated to teamwork and mutual benefit. By providing such a letter, you open the door to receiving mutual respect through positive references for future job searches. Ensure you include your final date of work for this employer, so he or she may make appropriate arrangements for your replacement.

Josue Ortega

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000

email@email.com

Dear Ms. Smith-Jones,

This letter is to inform you that I must resign from my position within Walker McDonald. I have been offered a substantial pay increase by another organization and must consider the financial benefit at this time. I am on their work schedule in two weeks, so my final date of employment with Walker McDonald will be May 1.

I must provide warm thanks for all of your time, effort and elbow grease in ensuring I was the best employee I could possibly be, and that I had everything I needed to get the job done well and on time. My coworkers have also been nothing but supportive and became part of my extended family.

I do want to help make this change of staff as easy and seamless as possible. I am compiling all of the notes I can at this time, to ensure the new employee is well covered for questions and procedural struggles during acclimation to the role. If you think of anything I have omitted or have questions after I leave, you may reach me at email of email@email.com or by telephone at 000-000-0000.

Sincerely,

Katie Reese

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