How to End Resignation Letter (+5 Samples)

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This blog post will guide you on how to end a resignation letter. We have also included five sample endings for resignation letters.

How to End Resignation Letter

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Towards the end of your resignation letter, you can keep the following points to write:

  • A note on the things you appreciated about your workplace
  • Express your gratitude in a genuine way
  • Mention specific instances that you’re thankful for (optional)
  • Offer assistance with the transition (optional)
  • End on a positive note
  • Add your signature and contact information

Sample 1: How to End Resignation Letter

“Paragraph 4: (Optional) Thank your manager for the opportunity to work for the company. If you had a particularly good experience, you can add a bit more detail about what you appreciated about the job (the people you worked with, the projects you worked on, etc.).

Paragraph 5: (Optional) If you would like a letter of reference from your manager, ask for it here.

Close: Use a kind but formal signoff, such as “Sincerely” or “Yours Sincerely.”

Signature: End with your handwritten signature followed by your typed name. If this is an email, simply include your typed name, followed by your contact information.”

Sample 2: How to End Resignation Letter

“Please contact me with any questions, and I will be happy to help with any preparations you need to bring in a new receptionist. My email is [email protected], and my cell phone is 555-555-5555.

Sincerely,

Signature (hard copy letter)

Steve Lau”

Sample 3: How to End Resignation Letter

“Thank you very much for the opportunity you’ve given me to learn all about store management and proper customer service. I have genuinely enjoyed my time with the company, and I believe the experience has taught me much about the furniture industry and how to effectively manage employees.

Next month, I will be taking on a position as a manager of a new retail store. In the meantime, I will be happy to assist with your transition to a new assistant manager.

Sincerely,

Signature (hard copy letter)

Joseph Hunter”

Sample 4: How to End Resignation Letter

“Paragraph 4: (Optional) Mention your appreciation for the opportunity you had to work for the company. If there was something that was especially rewarding, share the details.

Closing: Use a formal sign-off, such as “Sincerely” or “Yours sincerely.”

Signature (Written Letter): End with your handwritten signature followed by your typed name.

Signature (Email): Include your typed name followed by your contact information.”

Sample 5: How to End Resignation Letter

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the knowledge and experience I have gained by working here. I am very grateful for the time I have spent on our team and the professional relationships I’ve built. It’s been a pleasure working for you, and I hope our paths will cross again in the future. 

Sincerely, 

[Your signature and printed name]”

FAQs (How to End Resignation Letter)

How do you end a resignation email?

Generally, it’s nice to include an offer to help with the transition in the end of a resignation email. You can also conclude it with a positive message followed by your contact details.

How do you resign professionally and respectfully?

If professional and respectful is what you’re going for, write a formal resignation letter with advance notice as per your employment contract. Hand it in personally and speak to your boss.

How do you resign in a good way?

It’s best to be professional and civil if not respectful when handing in your resignation. You must also give adequate notice.

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