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> How to prepare your resignation letter
When it is time to move on to another organisation or make a transition into a new life experience, it is important to leave your current position on a positive note.  No matter what your work experience, leave gracefully.  Never burn bridges; you may need to interact with this organization or some of the employees in future business endeavors or you may need them as future reference.

STEP 1: Craft an introductory paragraph that states your intent to resign and its effective date.
STEP 2: State your reasons for leaving in a second paragraph, such as relocation, return to school, retirement, or new opportunity.
STEP 3: End your letter on an upbeat note and, if appropriate, indicate your appreciation for support and a statement about your experience with the organization.


Tips on Writing Resignation Letters
 
Just stick to the facts.
   
There is no need to apologize.
   
Bear in mind that a resignation letter is not an opportunity to settle old scores; it is simply a document to confirm your intent to leave the organization.
   
There is no requirement that you must identify your new employer or explain your future plans.
 

Resignation letter for reference

 


Christopher Chan
24A, Phase X, Venice Garden
Tuen Mun, New Territories
(852) 2468 2468

June 01, 2010

LLN Corporation
Richard Ma
Director of Human Resources
5/F Millennium City

Dear Mr. Ma,

I recently accepted a job offer that provides a wider scope of management duties and long-term career opportunity and will resign my position at LLN Corporation on July 01, 2010.

Thank you for all your help and guidance during my career with LLN Corporation.  I have enjoyed working here for the past three years.

I am grateful for the opportunities you’ve provided me and your confidence in my abilities.  I’m looking forward to continuing our relationship through collaborative projects in the near future.

I appreciate your support and confidence in me.  Best wishes for the future.

Yours Sincerely,
Christopher Chan

 
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