Ten Things to Leave Out of Your Resignation Letter

Published: Jun 05, 2008

AllBusiness -- You might think it's fairly obvious that certain sentiments should never be included in a letter of resignation. But you might be surprised at what some people think is acceptable to include in this final communication between employer and employee. Insulting the boss, blaming colleagues, becoming overly emotional, offering unnecessary information, omitting key information (your last day, for instance) are all examples of what should be avoided when writing a formal resignation letter. Read full article from AllBusiness below.

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