Waiter Resignation Letter Samples

Updated on January 8, 2019

When you resign from a waiter job, it is important to leave gracefully and professionally.

Give sufficient notice to your restaurant owner or employer by writing a formal resignation letter, and be ready to move on before the submission of your resignation letter.

 

Waiter Resignation Letter Tips

• A waiter resignation letter must be brief, focused, and clear.

• There is no requirement to mention your cause of leaving.

• Just provide information on at what date you are going to leave.

• Mention that you enjoyed your employment.

• Say thanks to the employer for your career development due to them.

 

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Waiter Resignation Letter Sample 1

 

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

January 8, 2019

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

 

Dear Ms. Johnson:

I am writing to notify that I am resigning from my position as Waiter for ABC Cafe on two-weeks’ notice, effective January 21.

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.

By all means, I am thankful for the support and guidance you have provided me during my tenure.

If I can be of any assistance during this changeover, please let me know.

 

Sincerely,

(Signature)
John Doe
(009) 857-8744

 

 

Waiter Resignation Letter Sample 2

 

 

January 8, 2019

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

 

Dear Mr. Clarke:

Please consider this letter as formal notification of my intent to resign as a Waiter from Foodies on a 1-week notice, effective January 14.

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.

In fact, 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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