Top 2 Waiter Resignation Letter Samples [+Guide]

Updated on: September 8, 2020
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When you intend to resign from a waiter’s job, it is important to leave gracefully and professionally. Give sufficient notice to the restaurant owner or employer by writing a formal resignation letter, and be ready to move on before the submission of your resignation letter.

How to Write a Professional Resignation Letter for Waiter?
  1. A waiter’s resignation letter should be brief, focused, and clear.
  2. Do not mention the reason for your leaving. Just provide information on at what date you are going to leave.
  3. Mention that you enjoyed your employment.
  4. Say thanks to the employer for your career development due to them.
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Here are two sample resignation letters from a waiter position.

Waiter Resignation Letter Sample 1

John Davis
325 Example SW Street
Valencia, CA 52141
(009) 857-8744
Email:

September 8, 2020

Ms. Sara Johnson
Senior Manager
ABC Cafe
1020 Some NW Street
Valencia, CA 54121

Dear Ms. Johnson:

I am writing to notify you of my intent to resign from my position as Waiter for ABC Cafe on two-weeks’ notice, effective September 22.

I am grateful for the opportunities that you have provided me to develop my hospitality, communication, and customer service skills in the last three years. It was indeed a pleasure and fun to work for your cafe.

If I can be of any assistance during this changeover, please let me know. I am thankful for the support and guidance you have provided me during my tenure.

Sincerely,

(Signature)
John Doe
(009) 857-8744

Waiter Resignation Letter Sample 2

September 8, 2020

Mr. Justin Clarke
Human Resources Manager 
Foodies
33 Fox Lane
New York, NY 98989

Dear Mr. Clarke:

Please consider this letter as formal notification of my intent to resign from my position as a Waiter from Foodies on a 1-week notice, effective September 15.

Working with Foodies was a pleasant experience. In fact, I enjoyed working in an environment conducive to learning as well as a better group of colleagues.

I put many hours of thoughtful consideration before I decided to leave. Many angles made me feel that my decision to resign may not be good. But after much deliberation, I realized that I need to move on due to a domestic problem.

I am sad to leave Foodies, a place that taught me so much and developed me professionally. I have learned all that I know about the hospitality and restaurant businesses at Foodies.

Thank you very much for the guidance you have provided throughout my tenure. I wish you and my colleagues all the best in your future endeavors.

Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to assist in hiring and training for someone to replace me.

Sincerely,

David Beckham
Waiter
(000) 207-5478





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