Some Professional Resignation Letter Samples

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Resignation Letter Samples

Telling that you are resigning from the company is one of the most difficult conversations to have with your manager. Though it is not a conversation that can be avoided, writing a formal resignation letter can smoothen things out for you to a great extent. In fact, handing in a professional resignation letter is the best way to end things on a positive note without burning bridges with your current employer.

 

Most people struggle and are not clear on ‘how to write a resignation letter?’ and don’t know ‘what to write in a resignation letter’. Are you one of them? If yes, here are three simple samples you can refer to while writing your resignation letter.

 

Resignation Letter Sample #1

 

[Date]
[Your Name]
[Your Job Title]
[Your Organization’s Name]
[Your Organization’s Complete Address]

Dear Mr./Ms. [Your Boss’s Last Name],

I am writing to formally notify you that I am resigning from my position as [Your Job Title] with [Your Current Organization’s Name]. As per the terms stated in the employment contract, my last working day will be [Date].

I appreciate the opportunities that were given to me during my time with the company. I am also grateful for your professional guidance and support.

I wish you and the company a bright future ahead.

If there is any way I can assist in the transition period, please do reach out to me.

Yours sincerely,

[Your Signature]

[Your Name]

Also Read: Sample Resignation Letter – Format & Key Components

 

Resignation Letter Sample #2

 

[Date]
[Your Name]
[Your Job Title]
[Your Organization’s Name]
[Your Organization’s Complete Address]

Dear Mr./Ms. [Your Boss’s Last Name],

I am writing to provide you with my formal notice of resignation from [Your Current Organization’s Name]. I have really enjoyed working with you as well as with the fabulous team. However, due to some unavoidable personal reasons, I have to resign from my position and focus more on certain areas in my personal life. My last day of employment will be [Date]. I am extremely thankful for all the opportunities you’ve provided me during my time as [Your Job Title]. I am grateful for your professional assistance and support along the way.

I am willing to assist you in whatever way I can to ensure a smooth transition. Whether it is identifying people capable of taking over my role from within the team or assisting in finding an external replacement, please feel free to reach out to me.

Lastly, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to be a part of [Your Organization’s Name]. I hope we can stay in touch and wish our paths cross again in the future.

Yours sincerely,

[Your Signature]

[Your Name]

 

Resignation Letter Sample #3

 

[Date]
[Your Name]
[Your Job Title]
[Your Organization’s Name]
[Your Organization’s Complete Address]

Dear Mr./Ms. [Your Boss’s Last Name],

This is to inform you that I am resigning from my position as [Your Job Title], effective [Date]. As per the terms stated in the employment contract, my last working day will be [Date].

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support and the opportunities that you have provided me during my tenure. I am grateful for the encouragement you have given me for working towards my professional as well as personal goals. I have truly enjoyed the time I have spent with [Your Organization’s Name].

Over the next [notice period – weeks/months], I will ensure to wrap up my duties. If you need my assistance in facilitating a seamless transition, please let me know. I would be happy to help.

 

Yours sincerely,

[Your Signature]

[Your Name]

Quitting your job, the right way is important as a professional. Hope these professional resignation letter samples will help you write yours.

 

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