Resignation Letter due to Unfair Treatment

Updated April 28, 2019

It is one of the worst things have to resign from a job that you love, especially if it is because of the way you’re being treated.

However, if there is no other choice, you have to write a resignation letter in order to tell your employer that you want to leave.

 

In your resignation letter, you must make it known what the problem is. Highlighting the fact that you are leaving your job because of unfair treatment towards you is important.

This is because your employer must know the real reason for your resignation, so that he can make sure that similar circumstances do not prevail again.

And also, it should go down in record why a certain individual had to leave because of unfair treatment.

 

 

In your resignation letter, talk about the various reasons you love your job, and the fact that you do not want to leave it.

If you pinpoint exactly what is bothering you, maybe things will change.

Here is a resignation letter that is written to resign from a position because of unfair treatment:

 

Resignation Letter due to Unfair Treatment

 

April 28, 2019

Mr. Jim Patterson
Marketing Director
Baker Energy Systems Inc.
120 Placement Avenue
New Orleans, LA

 

Dear Mr. Patterson:

I am writing this letter in order to inform you that I am resigning from my position as a Marketing Consultant at Baker Energy Systems Inc. As per the terms of my contract, I am providing you with a 2-weeks notice of my intention to leave, May 11 will be my last working day.

While I have spent a great 2 years at Baker Energy Systems Inc. and have learnt all that I know from my supervisors, I am afraid that it is impossible for me to continue working here. I have recently been victim of unfair treatment from 2 of my colleagues, and despite the fact that I have officially complained, no measures have been taken against the accused. In fact, the human resources officials haven’t even responded to my complaint, let alone take any action. I feel that I have been wronged not only by my colleagues, but also by the authorities.

I have given this company the best of my abilities and knowledge, and have worked very hard to bring it to the height that it is at right now. It is true that I have learnt much in the process as well. However, I believe that it is time for me to move on.

During my notice period, I’ll do my best to hand over my work to anyone whom you choose to replace me. If you need me after the notice period ends, I wouldn’t mind coming in for a few days to wrap things up.

Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to work with you. I will always cherish these relationships and wish the company success in all its future endeavors.

 

Sincerely,

 

Rebecca Wilson




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