In your work, you are used to putting out fires. Figuratively speaking, you should not leave your employer in a position of having to put out the fires associated with an employee who leaves their job without notice. To remain professional and worthy of a quality, positive job reference, the first step is to write a nice firefighter resignation letter. In that letter, provide your employer with your final date of work so he or she can find a replacement to cover your shifts.
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