The resignation letter is that one document that holds a great power in its simplistic nature. It is, practically, the last impression one leaves on their employer. If not taken care of properly, it can create a negative bookmark that can last for a while in your professional life. Also, cross-referencing by the next employer might invite bad remarks too. Although, if the resignation letter is written with a careful approach, it can actually cancel out all the above, if any were to even come up. Choosing the right resignation letter format and approach is the key.
Here are the 10 essential tips for your resignation letter format and content:
Avoid discussing the resignation with your co-workers. It is best announced by management as they deem fit.
A carefully crafted letter can help cement your employer's good opinion of you - after all, it's a small world and you never know when you may bump into each other. Leaving on a good note also translates to leaving with a good experience.
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