FNF in resignation letter(4 samples)
This blog post will show you samples of “FNF letters.”
Writing an “FNF letter to HR.”
The HR department is responsible for the full settlement process, if there is no HR department in your organization then address the F&F request to the concerned department. When writing an “FNF letter,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.
- Indicate the reason for writing the letter. It would be best to be polite as you will leave a positive impression on your employer. Maintain your composure when drafting the letter.
- Tell your boss the date you resigned and submitted your notice period.
- Finally, thank your employer for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
- Ensure you proofread your letter before sending it to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.
Sample 1: “FNF in resignation letters”
I have been an employee at your company/organization from (Date) to (Date) and now I had to resign because I am going to settle abroad with my family next month. I have had a great experience at your company/organization and I got to learn a lot from this experience. Your company/organization will always be in my good books. I am writing this letter to receive my full and final payment which had to be given to me last week but I did not receive my payments.
I have fulfilled all the requirements necessary for the resignation process but still, I did not get the full and final settlement of payment which includes my Salary, Provident fund, Medical Insurance, Gratuity, and other dues. I am well aware of all the company policies and regulations and I have not gone against any of them. I request you to pay all the dues to me and I assure you that I will not claim anything in future once my payments are received.
Moreover, I also assure you that I will stand by all the conditions and rules and regulations set by your company/organization and after getting my payments I will not be claiming anything.
Sample 2: “FNF in resignation letters”
The Human Resources Manager,
(Name Of Company),
Date: //__ (Date)
Subject: Request for full and final settlement
Respected Sir / Madam,
I would like to bring into your kind concern that my name is (Name) and I was working at your (Company/ Organization) from _ (Date) till _ (Date) in __ (Department) department as (Designation) bearing employee id __(Employee Id).
That on ________(date) I have submitted my resignation letter which is duly approved by __________(Name of the approver) and also served my notice period.
I am writing this letter to state that on _ (Day) i.e. (Date), I got relieved from your _ (Company/ Organization) but my full and final settlement has not been done. I request you to kindly do the full and final settlement and send me all dues (if any). I also request you please share the original statement with me as soon as possible.
If you have any questions about my request, please call me at ___________(contact number).
Thank you for your time and your attention to this matter.
I shall be highly obliged.
Sample 3: “FNF in resignation letters”
The HR Manager, Date:
Sub: Full and Final Settlement Request
Dear Sir / Madam,
I _________ resigned from my job on ________ and I have also submitted no due certificate to the HR department. So this is my kind request to you please issue my full and final settlement and please let me know if you need any further information.
Sample 4: “FNF in resignation letters”
“Dear Sir / Madam,
This is to bring your kind notice that I ____________, have given resignation to my job on ________ and I have also cleared all the advances which I have taken during my tenure. So I am requesting you to please issue my full and final settlement amount.
Frequently Asked Questions: Writing an “FNF letter to HR.”
What should you include in an FNF letter?
When writing an FNF letter you should include:
- Pending salary of the employee.
- Leave encashment such CLs, ELs
- Gratuity amount
- Incentives etc.
When should you offer your resignation notice?
A 2-month notice gives your employer time to find your replacement so your position may not remain vacant when you leave the company.
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