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letter of job leaving notice/resignation


hi all,

as previously mentioned, i've got a new job lined up, and i need to put my notice in asap (the next hour or so!)

Does anyone have a letter they've written recently i can copy/paste/steal?

my boss already knows im leaving, and where im going, but i still obviously have to put my notice in. i was thinking something along the lines of:

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please accept this letter as notice of my resignation. i'd like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to work at NTL, and i wish you all the best in the future. In accordance with my contract, i intend to leave in 4 weeks, with my last day being Friday 23rd June
seems a bit 'washy' though so wondered if anyone had any thoughts

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http://www.i-resign.com/uk/resigning/ has always helped me when I've needed to quit

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That's plenty good enough. (Have you ever read Richard Nixon's resignation letter? - http://www.watergate.info/nixon/resi...n-letter.shtml )

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August 9, 1974

Dr. Mr Secretary,

I hereby resign the Office of President of the United States.

Sincerely,
[Richard Nixon]

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doubt that'll be that much use this afternoon!

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sod it, he already knows im leaving, why im leaving and where im going, my new salary etc

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ye its ok i didnt copy/paste it!

it also had my address and date etc - proper letter format!

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The I-Resign site has bailed me out many a time Vaserv, funny you posted it!

Also has a great salary calculator to see how much the goverment want to sting you for next time round!

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notice in - the countdown has started!

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Originally Posted by vaserv
http://www.i-resign.com/uk/resigning/ has always helped me when I've needed to quit
Has this happened often ?

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That's plenty good enough. (Have you ever read Richard Nixon's resignation letter? - http://www.watergate.info/nixon/resi...n-letter.shtml )
Then again, Richard Nixon is not exactly the ideal role model whose every action it is recommended to follow.

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My last job I was an employee and when I quit I didn't even bother to give a 2 weeks notice. I just left. The reason being they don't give you a 2 weeks courtesy notice when they fire you so why should I? That, and, I didn't like the company very much so I left them scrambling for a replacement.

Advice: It's probably not wise for anyone to do what I did if you're looking for another job where they may call your previous employer.

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ill need to get a reference from my current company, so it'd be advisable to be nice

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Try "Goodbye, and thanks for all the fish"

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I would never give a 4 week notice again. I did that with my last "real" job and it was terrible. Two weeks is about right....

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