Your leave letter should be respectful, complete, and clear. As you consult the leave letter samples, keep these key points in mind.
Create notes beforehand: Gather your notes and think carefully before you begin to write. Much of your letter will consist of dates, facts, details, and guidance for your employer in your absence, so you don’t want to skip anything important accidently
Focus on critical details: You may want to express how much you’ll miss this place while you’re gone, but focus on core information first.
Be gracious: Even if your employers are obligated by law to hold your position while you’re gone, say thank you. It never hurts to thank.
Double check: After you share your letter with your employer, gain confirmation that both of you are on the same page regarding dates and expectations. Do this before you walk out the door.