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  1. mamen's Avatar
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    Post Resignation Letter

    Teachers,

    I have made my resignation letter. Is it grammatically correct?
    Thanks in advance



    January 24, 2015



    Mrs. xxxxxxxxxxxxx
    School Principal
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Inc.
    xxxxxxxx District, xxxxxx City


    Madam:

    My sincerest greetings!

    It had been a wonderful opportunity on my part to have served your institution – the institution which I have grown to love because of the people who surrounded me throughout the duration of my stay. Yes, my three year- stay at Mother Goose has been a very meaningful one for I was able to work with brilliant and wonderful children, cooperative parents, supportive colleagues and good administrators. I guess, wherever fate may take me, the memories of my stay at MGP will always linger.

    However, I have reached a point wherein I have to tender my resignation effective April, 2015. I am making this move in connection with the career path redirection I have decided to take. Rest assured that I will always be grateful for the chance you have given me to serve your school.

    Thank you and God bless!



    Respectfully,

    Mr. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    Re: Resignation Letter

    Well, it's a very nice letter but I'm not sure how professional it is. Generally, a resignation letter goes:

    Dear [name of boss/HR officer/whoever is responsible]

    I wish to tender my resignation. I hereby give my requisite one month's notice. My final day with [name of company] will be Friday February 20th, 2015.

    Yours sincerely

    [Your name]
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Resignation Letter

    I am having trouble figuring out the point of a resignation letter. Can't you just tell your boss you have found a new job?

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    Re: Resignation Letter

    Ah, if only the bureaucracy of HR did not require written confirmation of resignation and the date it will take effect!
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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