We know that quitting a job can be scary.
If you're new to this, you've probably agreed to join a new company and are wondering how to make a simple exit from your current company.
Typically, you would resign from your job by submitting a resignation letter to your boss or HR manager. This may seem like a lot of effort, but most employers require it as part of the resignation process to prove that you’re leaving voluntarily.
So what do you include in your resignation letter?
A friendly introduction, letting your company know that you'll be resigning from your current position
A short "thank you" for the opportunity to learn during your time there
The date of your last day and the notice you are giving (usually subject to the notice period in your employment contract)
Pro Tip - Try to leave your current job on a good note:
Be calm and professional when you tell your boss you’re leaving, and everything should go smoothly after that.
Don't use your resignation letter as a chance for you to rant about why you’re unhappy with your job and have decided to leave.
Communicate a positive message, thank your boss for your time spent learning at your current company and mention that you’re excited for your new challenge.
Don’t burn bridges. Make sure that any projects you may be leaving behind are covered so that your team isn't left in the lurch once you've left.