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WRITING A PROFESSIONAL RESIGNATION LETTER
What should you do once you've made the decision to take a job with another employer? You should take the time to write a letter of resignation to your current employer. It's best to have written documentation of your resignation and planned last day of work.
The most important thing to remember when writing your letter of resignation is to be professional -
People leave their jobs for all sorts of reasons, and you certainly do not need to provide any details on why you are leaving the company. Resignation letters are a courtesy to your employer, so you simply need to state that you are leaving your current position to pursue other opportunities.
As you are composing your letter, please again remember that your job history follows you around, and that frequently the world is much smaller than we think. You never ever want to leave on bad terms with any employer -
When should you submit your letter of resignation and to whom? -
What exactly should you say in your letter of resignation? -
Once you have settled into your new job, remember to contact your former manager and co-