Bartender Resignation Letter Sample

Updated October 10, 2017

When you have worked for an organization as a Bartender for a long time, it is natural to feel a bit uneasy when writing a resignation letter.

It is normal to feel a bit at odds with the situation because you must have some attachment with the place and the people with whom you have worked.

But if you want to progress in your career, or can no longer work because of another personal issue, writing a resignation letter comes with the territory.

What can you possible write in a resignation letter that will make your transition easy?

There are a few things that you might need to keep in mind when writing a resignation letter. Firstly, it is imperative that you provide a timeline after which you will no longer work for an organization. This has to be within the parameters of company rules. Secondly, make sure that you inform your employer that you will finish up any pending work that is your responsibility, before you leave.

Here is a sample resignation letter for you to go through:

 

Bartender Resignation Letter Example

 

 

October 10, 2017

Mr. Ray Harris
Bar Manager
The Main Pub
6502 Saint Regis Avenue
Newark, DE 58021

 

Dear Mr. Harris:

It is with a heavy heart that I am writing this letter to resign from my position as Bartender for The Main Pub. Please note that my last working day will be November 10, 2017, which is well within the allowed timeline for resignation, as per the rules and regulations of the organization.

You must have noticed that I have taken a lot of time off from work, and have even asked for shift rotations at times. All this has been due to the fact that I have not been keeping well. The constant struggle that I have to go through during each work day has started to take a toll on me, and I am afraid that I will collapse under the pressure. I don’t want to put you in a position where you have to ask me to leave because of my inability to work as well as I should be working.

The Main Pub has given me some great memories, and I have worked with amazing people here. I am hoping that once I have figured out what is wrong with my health, and have obtained treatment for it, I would be welcomed back here.

Thank you for the opportunity to learn the inner workings of bartending, and the constant support that you have provided to me. I hope that you find someone to replace me soon – I will do all in my power to assist.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)

Tony Simon