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A resignation letter should be brief and to the point. It should state the reasons for resigning and why it is time for the individual to step down. It should also list any promises that the individual has made to the company and any forthcoming projects the individual plans to work on outside of the company.

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Question: What to put into a resignation letter

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When writing a resignation letter, you should include the following information: 1. The date you are submitting your resignation. 2. The position title you are resigning from. 3. An explanation of why you are resigning. 4. Your contact information. 5. A statement that you are available to help transition to a replacement, if needed. 6. A formal expression of gratitude for the opportunity and experience you have gained from the position. 7. A request for a reference, if needed. 8. A closing statement wishing your employer success in the future.

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Feb. 20, 2023, 4:51 p.m.

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Published: Monday, February 20, 2023