A two week resignation notice letter doesn’t have to be a negative closure. In fact when done correctly it can provide both employer and employee with a sense of understanding on both ends.
How to write a Resignation Letter?
Step 1 – Provide your intended departure date and a brief summary on how you came to the conclusion to move on from this current job. Provide enough time for the employer to fill your position.
Step 2 – If possible, offer them assistance on helping fill your position or lend your expertise in training the new employee that will be filling your role. In some companies there are ample qualified people to fill a position when the opportunity arises, that can make things a very seamless transition.
Step 3 – If comfortable provide your contact information so if they have questions on the role, you had you are able to provide insight for them. That is if you are comfortable maintaining contact with your former employer.
Resignation Letter Should Include:
Official Notice: Submitting a resignation letter creates a documented record of your intention to resign. This protects both you and your employer.
Last Day Date: The date on which your employment will end and assists in transition.
Maintain Relationships: A well-crafted thank you letter can leave a positive impact, even if you’re moving on.