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Before you draft your letter of resignation:
If you answered yes to three or more of the above, you might want to reconsider your decision. If not, we’ve got some useful advice on how to resign.
A resignation letter only requires:
Thanking your employer is optional, complaining is not. You should remain civil and professional throughout the resignation process.
You can arrange a meeting with your manager and tell them you’re resigning. It’s quite dramatic but they’ll ask you to put it in writing. Avoid this thunder-stealing moment by taking a letter of resignation with you.
If your employer makes a counter offer, think carefully: will a pay rise or promotion make you happy? Will you feel comfortable with colleagues that know you wanted to leave?
They offered you shares and a company car but you stood firm. Make sure your boss knows how proactive you’ve been in completing your handover – they may be less ferocious when it comes to settling any outstanding salary, holiday entitlement or commission owed to you.
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