Deciding to resign from a job that you have held for some time is not a pleasant thing to do especially if you have not decided it wholeheartedly. People who leave their jobs because of an adverse event (or due to the attitude of a coworker or boss) can do this by writing a constructive dismissal resignation letter. These letters are written keeping in mind the reputation of the employee and to fulfill a professional obligation.
Here is an example of a constructive dismissal resignation letter for your assistance.
252 North 5th Street
Manchester, NH 60102
anne.h @ email . com
November 27, 2015
Ms. Carla Higgins
1288 Prentiss Way
Manchester, NH 66633
Dear Ms. Higgins:
This letter is to inform you that I am resigning from my position as Administrative Secretary for AAA Comapny effective from November 3.
I would like to thank you for the personal and professional development that you have provided me during the five years I worked with you. I must say that I enjoyed every minute that I have spent at this company and will cherish all the friends and memories that I have acquired. While I feel very sad taking this decision, I also feel that its time to move towards greater opportunities and challenges.
Please consider this as a one week notice. I will hand over my work to whomever you choose to replace me within this time. Thank you once again to all of my seniors and colleagues for their ongoing support.