A resignation letter signals an employee’s intent to pass on his or her current position currently held. It is a document which is formally advising your employer that you are leaving your job. When writing your resignation letter it is important to keep it brief and simple. This process helps maintain a positive relationship between you and your employer. See below an example of a resignation letter.
(Mr. /Ms. followed by the name of the HR person)
(Designation of the person)
(Name of the Company)
(Subject) Resignation Letter
Salutation (Dear Sir/Madam),
This is to bring to your notice that I would like to resign from the company with effect from (mention the date of your last working day). I will serve my notice period of 30 days before leaving the company and provide all the necessary support to transfer my duties to my replacement.
Though working at (company name) was a great learning experience for me, yet I have decided to leave in order to move further in my career. I enjoyed working here and feel grateful for providing me with challenging opportunities in such a friendly work environment.
Please accept my resignation and inform me about all relieving formalities that need to be fulfilled.
(Name of the Candidate)
Please Note: This resignation letter sample is provided for guidance only. The provided information, is not guaranteed for accuracy or legality and should be edited to fit your personal situation.