A good resignation letter will state that you wish to resign but in a respectful, elegant,
and professional way. It is meant to be read by the employer and accepted without repulsion.
Here are our top 5 suggestions for writing an effective resignation letter:
We begin on a positive note no matter the circumstances you are leaving.
We elaborate on everything you have learned and gained during your employment.
We show appreciation and commendation for the support from management and your colleagues, explaining how good it has been to work with everyone.
We will provide your explanation for leaving in a persuasive and influential manner, ending on a positive note.
ASK FOR A REFERENCE
We will end the letter by kindly asking management to provide you with the name and number of someone who will be your job reference. Or a letter of recommendation.