Deciding to resign from a job that you have held for some time is not a pleasant thing to do especially if you are not into it wholeheartedly.
People who have to leave their jobs because of an adverse event (or due to the attitude of a person) can do so 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.
Constructive Dismissal Resignation Letter Sample
March 9, 2014
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 an Administrative Secretary at Acme Inc. with effect from Monday, 17th March, 2014 which will be my last day at work.
I would like to thank you for the personal and professional development that you have provided me during the five years I spent working 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.
anne.h @ email . com