This article will show how to follow up a resignation letter.
Follow up a resignation letter
Sometimes, an employer may fail to respond to your resignation letter. Incase they fail to give a response, you can write a letter requesting for an update for your resignation letter. This is the best format when writing a follow up for your resignation letter.
- The first step is to remind your employer about your resignation letter. State the date you submitted the note.
- The next step is to remind your employer of your last work day. You can attach a copy of your resignation letter.
- Finally, thank your employer for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
Sample 1: “Follow up a resignation letter”
I want to remind you regarding my resignation, which was submitted on **** 2012.
My last day of work should have to be **** 2013 as my visa expires on **** 2013.
And I am kindly requesting you to do the needful.
I have attached a scanned copy of my letter for your reference.
Sample 2: “Follow up a resignation letter”
Date: 23rd February 2022
Bangalore – 560043
Sub: Request letter to Issue My Relieving Letter.
I, Kanika Rana, with employee ID E0123, have worked as a content writer in the company since 2018 (1/3/2018-30/10/2021). I am writing to inform you that I haven’t received my relieving letter yet. I resigned from the company on 30th October 2021, and as per the acceptance letter, I had served the two months notice period, and my last working day was 31st December 2021. I have submitted the company’s assets and completed all the formalities mentioned.
I request you to kindly send me the relieving letter at the earliest so I can complete my onboarding procedure in the current company. I hope you understand the concern and will provide me with the relevant documents soon. I shall be grateful to you for the same.
Sample 3: “Follow up a resignation letter”
“Sub: Regarding the Issuance of Relieving letter
This is Ashmita, with Employee ID 0123. I have worked as a Content Editor at XYZ Company, and I have been working since 2018. I am writing to inform you that I haven’t received my relieving letter yet. I resigned from the company on 30th October 2021, and as per the acceptance letter, I had to serve the notice period of two months, and the final date of relieving me was 31st December 2022. Per the rule and your mail, I have submitted all the company’s assets, and the documentation has been done successfully.
I request you kindly provide me with the relieving letter at the earliest possible date. I shall be grateful for this kind gesture.
Thank and regards
Sample 4: “Follow up a resignation letter”
“Dear (Sir/ Madam/Name)
This is to request that I am looking forward to receiving my relieving letter. I resigned from the company on (date) and completed all my formalities. I served the notice period of 3 months, and my last working day with the company was (date). I have worked with sheer dedication for three years in your organization, and I would be very grateful if you do the needful soon.
I would appreciate it if you provided me with the letter asap as I need to submit the same in my new organization. I hope you will consider the matter and provide me with a suitable.
Thank you and regards
Frequently Asked Questions: Follow up a resignation letter.
How do I ask for resignation status?
“This is to request that I am looking forward to receiving my relieving letter. I resigned from the company on (date) and completed all my formalities. I served the notice period of 3 months and my last working day with the company was (date).”
Why is a relieving letter important?
A relieving letter proves that you have paid all dues and have no outstanding work. It also shows you are entirely relieved of their responsibilities and do not have any company data or internal property.
Can resignation be rejected?
No, a company cannot reject a resignation. Employees have a right to leave a company if they don’t love working there. If an employee declines a resignation, criminal action is liable against him.
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