Aug 18, 2018 - 02:46 AM
First, find inspiration for your professional letter by looking at resignation samples. The examples show you how to open your letter and what formatting techniques to use.
Next, think about the content. Keep the letter straight to the point. You don't need to add a lot of filler. Instead, state your intent to resign. Make sure you include a specific date to ensure everyone remains on the same page.
You should try to include other important content elements, such as the following:
• How you can help ease the transition.
• What you're grateful for.
• How your resignation impacts your contract.
Including all these elements in your letter can help make your boss feel better about your departure. It can also help you maintain your business network.
Finally, read through your resignation letter. This final read through should check for spelling errors and inconsistencies. You want to send in an error-free, professional-looking document.