Sample Resignation Letter without Notice Period

Updated on: November 18, 2019

A resignation letter is an important document – one that employers consider quite seriously when they prepare an employee’s leaving document and calculate their dues.

If you want to leave smoothly, you have to make sure that your resignation letter is written in a way that is a little more than merely satisfactory. It is even more important if you are resigning without providing a notice period.

 

While providing notice is considered the only way to resign, there may be incidences where you cannot provide notice.

There might be many reasons for resigning without notice, including:

  • Relocation that requires you to move immediately.
  • Another job offer from a company that wants you to join instantly.
  • Illness due to which you cannot continue to work.
  • An altercation within the organization that you are working for.

Since it is considered unethical to not provide notice, you have to be very careful about how you write a resignation letter without notice. 

 

The proper way of writing a good resignation letter (without notice), in spite of the situation, is to provide the exact reason why you are leaving. Also, write about what you can do to minimize the adverse effects of your leaving without notice.

 

Sample of Resignation Letter without Notice Period

 

Paul Walters
541 Pine Street
Wasilla, AK 38474
(000) 999-0987
paul @ email . com

November 18, 2019

Ms. Evelyn David
Project Manager
Morningstar
7738 Breeze Road
Wasilla, AK 38474

Re: Immediate Resignation

Dear Ms. David:

I am writing this letter to resign from my position as Project Officer for Morningstar with immediate effect.

You have been witness to the countless times I have been out of commission since September this year due to my ill health. I understand that this cannot go on indefinitely and I have decided to resign.

A recent visit to my physician confirmed that I have pancreatic adenocarcinoma, which is a debilitating disease of the pancreas. Since I am unable to function most days, I am afraid that I cannot provide you with a 30 day notice period of my intent to resign. From tomorrow (November 19, 2019), I will not be coming in to work.

I understand that I have placed you in a strange position since I won’t be able to train my replacement through regular means. However, I am available if you need any information regarding the two projects that I am presently working on. I will do my best to streamline things for my replacement.

Please accept my apologies for these unfortunate circumstances. I will be in touch with you regarding the details of my dues and handing over duties.

 

Sincerely,

 

Paul Walters





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