Resignation letters with thank you (5 samples)

This article will list samples of resignation letters with thank you.

Writing a resignation letter with a thank you

When writing a “resignation letter with a thank you message,” these are some of the things to keep on mind:

  • Keep Your Reasons Brief. You do not have to go into detail as to your reasons for leaving.
  • Keep it positive when you talk about your experience at the company; you might need to ask your employer for a recommendation in the future.
  • Express your thanks for your time at the company. You might provide a specific example of how much your boss helped you, or why you liked the company so much.
  • Offer to help the company during the transition period. You might volunteer to train a new employer or to help in some other way.

Sample 1: “Resignation letters with thank you”

“Judy Rodriguez

123 Main Street

Anytown CA 12345


April 18, 2022

Ms. Josephine Billings

Chief Executive Officer

Acme Company

456 Main St.

Philadelphia, PA 12345

Dear Ms. Billings,

This letter is to confirm my resignation as the Online Editor at Acme Company. I have accepted a position as Senior Online Editor at a growing media company in New York. I am looking forward to my new position and the challenges that await me.

My last day of work will be April 29, which provides plenty of time for me to finish ongoing projects and to turn over my position to my replacement.

You can always reach me at 555-555-5555 or My experiences at Acme have been very rewarding. I appreciate having had the opportunity to work for such a fine company, and I wish you and the company continued success.


Signature (hard copy letter)

Judy Rodriguez”

Sample 2: “Resignation letters with thank you”

“John Lee

20 Chestnut St, Apt 2

Hudson River Village, NY 10700


July 12, 2022

Marial Gomez

Senior Manager

XYZ Corp

Yonkers, NY 10400

Dear Ms. Gomez,

I would like to inform you that I am resigning from my position as Customer Service Manager, effective July 30, 2022.

Thank you so much for the opportunities for professional and personal development that you have provided me during the last 10 years. I will always appreciate your mentorship as I navigated my first management position.

I have appreciated working at the company and value the support provided me during my tenure with the company. I greatly enjoyed working with you and wish you well in your future endeavors.

I am also happy to provide any information or training for my replacement, if this would be useful.

You can continue to contact me at 718-555-3434 or


Signature (hard copy letter)

John Lee”

Sample 3: “Resignation letters with thank you”


Receiver’s name…

Job Designation and Department name…

Sub: (Write your topic)

Dear (Sir/name),

About my letter of resignation submitted on (date of submitting resignation letter), I would like to express my gratitude for understanding my position and accepting my resignation from the post of (mention post). (Describe in your words).

I would also like to take this opportunity to record my heartfelt gratitude towards you, and the entire staff of (company name) including my juniors, colleagues, and seniors. (Express your feelings). I can never forget the unwavering support I always received from you and everybody else here. (Describe somethings about your job experiences).

I will always remember my days at (mention company name) with a lot of warmth and nostalgia.

I wish you, the company and all the staff, all the very best for the future. (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation).

With warm regards

Signature and Name…

Job designation and Department name…”

Sample 4: “Resignation letters with thank you”

“Sub: (Write your topic)

Dear Sir,

Further to my resignation letter, I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks and gratitude to all at (Company/ institute name). As tomorrow (date) will be my last working day in this esteemed company, (Describe in your words) it is sad to bid farewell to all my superiors and colleagues.

I would like to thank you and the management for all your support and trust in me during my seven years of tenure at (Company/ institute name). (Describe somethings about your job experiences). The opportunities provided to me have built up my confidence and experience to strive for excellence in my work ethics.

I have had enjoyed a marvelous and close work relationship with my colleagues which has caused a most conducive environment for productive work. (Express your feelings).

Last but not least, I wish you and the company all the best in your future undertakings.

I look forward to hearing from you in the future. My contact details remain the same. (Cordially describe your greetings and expectation).

Yours Truly,


Sample 5: “Resignation letters with thank you”

“Dear Mr. Williams,

I just wanted to confirm my resignation from my position as project director at Smith Communications. I am so thankful for my job there, but have recently decided to take my career in a different direction. My last day will be July 15, 2014, so it is with sadness that I give my two weeks’ notice of resignation from Smith Communications in hopes that you will understand.

I would be more than happy to work in advance to eliminate any inconvenience that my resignation may cause, and would like to discuss this with you if you would like to contact me at (555)-555-5555 or [email] Let me know as soon as possible if I am needed to work with a replacement.

Thank you so much for the wonderful patience and cooperation you have shown me during my time at Smith Communications. I regret to leave the great work environment but look forward to the future. I am thankful to have had this job opportunity and earn so much experience. I wish you continued success and hope to keep in touch with you in the future..

Yours sincerely,

Stephanie Gardner

Stephanie A. Gardner

Project Director

Smith Communications”

Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a resignation letter with a thank you

How do you write a gracefully resignation letter?

How to Write a Two Weeks’ Notice Letter

  • Send a paper letter, not an email.
  • Clearly state that you are quitting.
  • Provide the date of your last day of work.
  • Keep it professional.
  • Keep it short.
  • Avoid negative comments and inappropriate language.
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How do you write a short resignation letter?

“Dear Sir/Ma’am, I would like to inform you that I, (name), working as a (position) in your company, would like to submit my formal resignation, effective (date). I am resigning with such short notice due to (reason). I apologize for the inconvenience of the matter, but I hope you can understand my urgency.”