Tired of working for someone? Want to quit job and be your own boss? Not satisfied with your current designation? Looking for an opportunity offering more pay? Frustrated in your work environment?
Reasons more than enough to leave a job – but how?
Exactly how is it that you should leave the job you’re currently at or have been working at for quite a long time? It’s simple – with poise.
You do not have to necessarily be rude, honest or both while leaving your job. One easy way to do so is by acknowledging what you’ve learnt from working there and the improvement in your skill set resultant from the same.
Here is the body of an ideal resignation letter that can help you maintain your relations with the managers and colleagues and leave the job at the same time:
I have been working with the company for ….. years and have had an amazing working experience. My supervisors, managers and colleagues have always helped me at all points and have continuously motivated me, aiding in my overall development and growth not only as a professional, but also a person.
However, I feel it is time for me to explore new gambles and I will have to resign fr