Resignation Letter With Thank You

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Kohei Hara

Review a resignation letter example confirming that you are leaving and thanking the company for a rewarding experience, and a letter saying thank you and offering to provide assistance during the transition.

Resignation Letter With Thank You

December 30, 20XX

Ms. Josephine Boss
Chief Executive Officer
Acme Company
456 Main St.
Philadelphia, PA 12345

Dear Ms. Boss,

This letter is to confirm my resignation as the Online Editor at Acme Company.

I have accepted a position as Senior Online Editor at a growing media company in New York. I am looking forward to my new position and the challenges that await me.

My last day of work will be January 14, which provides plenty of time for me to finish ongoing projects and to turn over my position to my replacement.

My experiences at Acme have been very rewarding. I appreciate having had the opportunity to work for such a fine company, and I wish you and the company continued success.

Sincerely,

Signature (hard copy letter)

Thomas Applicant

Resignation Letter Thanking the Company and Offering to Help

December 30,200X

Manager Name
Job Title
Company
Street Address
City, State Zip

 Dear Mr./Ms. Manager Name,

I would like to inform you that I am resigning from my position as Customer Service Manager, effective July 12, 200X.

Thank you for the opportunities for professional and personal development that you have provided me during the last ten years.

I have enjoyed working at the company and appreciate the support provided me during my tenure with the company. I enjoyed working with you and wish you well in your future endeavors.

I will gladly help to train the person who will take over my position.

Sincerely,

Signature (for hard copy letter)

Your Name

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