Resignation letters from KPMG(5 samples)

This blog post will show you samples of  “resignation letters from KPMG.”

Writing a “Resignation letter from KPMG.”

When writing a “resignation letter from KPMG,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.

  • The first step is to tell your boss about leaving and the final work date. Keep it short as the essential part of the letter is the last date of your work.
  • Indicate the reason you are leaving your job. It would be best to be polite as you will leave a positive impression on your employer. Maintain your composure when drafting the letter.
  • 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. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1:

“Dear Mr./Mrs. {Recipient’s Name},

I hereby wish to tender my resignation as a/an {Your Position} for {Your Company Name} with effect from {Date: Day, Month, Year}.

Even though I joined as an automation testing engineer, I always wanted to work as a software developer. I have got an opportunity to work in software development at ABC Company and I have decided to pursue it. I thank Mrs. Batra, my team leader, for the prospects she has provided me during my time with the company. I would also like to thank my co-workers. It was due to them that I was able to learn various selenium.

Even though I am changing my field, the stream of testing has taught me many things that will give me a competitive edge in the future. The major thing I have learned is to know the kinds of bugs, coders overlook. The credit for developing me goes to {Your Company}. I apologize for any inconvenience my resignation may cause you. I assure you that my ongoing task will be completed before my last day.

{If there is an outstanding Salary or Claims} I would also deeply appreciate it if you could initiate the resignation process and disburse my outstanding salary since {Write month/year}/ remaining claims from {Write month/year}.

I wish everyone future success.


{Your Name}”

Sample 2:

“Dear Mr./Mrs. {Recipient’s Name},

I hereby wish to tender my resignation as an/a {Your Position} for {Your Company Name} with effect from {Date: Day, Month, Year}.

Even though I joined as a {your designation, e.g., systems engineer trainee}, I always wanted to work specifically as a {your preferred designation, e.g., Hadoop developer}. I have got an opportunity to work with {future employer name} Company and I have decided to go for it. I would like to thank {your boss’s name}, for the prospects he provided me with, while I was here. I would also like to thank my teammates as I learned a lot from them.

Even though I am changing my field, the knowledge I gathered here has given me a fair amount of competitive edge in the market, and I know my true value now. I would like to apologize for any inconvenience my resignation may cause you.

I assure you that all my ongoing tasks/projects {specify project names} will be completed before my last working day. Wish you all the best!

Yours faithfully,

{Your name}”

Sample 3:

“Dear Mr./Mrs. {Recipient’s Name},

I am emailing you to inform you of my decision to resign from my position of {Your Position} at {Your Company}.

While I have enjoyed my time working here for the Leadership & Skills Department {or mention your old dept. name} at {Your Company}, I have decided to relocate to the Training & Development department {or mention your new dept. name}. It was after doing a combined project with the T&D team that I realized I am more suited for that department. Even though the company is the same, I won’t be reporting to you anymore. I will miss this very much as my experience here was irreplaceable. The L&S Department has nurtured and evolved me into becoming what I am today. I will miss working with the team members and colleagues greatly who have supported me throughout my employment. Thank you for having me as a part of such a highly talented team.

I apologize for any inconvenience my resignation may cause. The skilled project on shop floor training has started. I aim to finish that and then relocate. Do let me know if I can be of any other assistance during this transition.

Once again, it has been a pleasure working with this department at {Your Company}. Our paths will keep crossing in the Company. I wish you all the very best.

Yours faithfully,

{Your name}”

Sample 4:

“Ms. Jane Smith


KPMG International


City, State, Zip Code

Dear Ms. Smith (or first name if you have an informal relationship),

Please accept this as formal notice of my resignation from the position of call centre agent  at KPMG, effective two weeks from today. My last working day will be Month Day Year. After much consideration, I have decided to accept another job offer. I feel it is time for a new challenge, and this is an excellent opportunity to further my career goals.

Working for this company has been a wonderful experience. I feel privileged to have been part of such a professional team and will miss all my colleagues. I appreciate the professional and personal growth opportunities I have provided during my time with the company. I would like to thank you for your advice and support. I hope we will stay in touch as I begin this new chapter in my career.

I wish you and KPMG continued success in the future.


Susan Jones”

Sample 5:

“Dear Ms. Franklin,

Please accept this letter as my resignation as an Accountant with KPMG International. My final day of employment will be June 30, 2022, because I will be starting college for summer classes. This job has been a fun learning experience for me, and I genuinely thank you for the opportunities I’ve had to grow. I’ve enjoyed getting to know my co-workers and the regular customers. I will miss everyone and hope to come back to visit when I’m home from school.

Over the next few weeks, I will do all I can to ensure my departure is smooth. I’m happy to help search for and train my replacement. Feel free to call me at 000-000-0000 if you have any questions or need further assistance.


Stephanie Burns”

Frequently Asked Questions:

What should you not do when resigning?

Some of the things not to do when quitting your job are:

  • Don’t act rashly.
  • Giving a force notice.
  • Don’t fail to secure personal information.
  • Don’t update your LinkedIn profile too soon.

How do I inform my company of my resignation?

Here are our tips for handling the conversation where you tell your boss you’re leaving.

  • Follow your contractual responsibilities. 
  • Be calm and clear. 
  • Keep it clean. 
  • You can only control your reaction, not theirs. 
  • Remember your motivation.

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