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    Two Weeks Notice

    I'm really not familiar with it, but I know there must be a particular way to write a two weeks notice letter. I've read that in most places of employment this letter or at least verbal two weeks notice is mandatory. Is there any advice anyone can give me on writing this letter?


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    Re: Two Weeks Notice

    There is no specific way.

    You could say:

    Dear [name of manager],

    Please note that I am hereby giving you two weeks' notice as from [date] that I shall be leaving the company/resigning from the company. My last working day will be [date].

    Thank you.

    Yours sincerely,

    name


    [If you have any outstanding annual leave, you should indicate that this time is still owing to you]

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