Rude resignation letters(4 samples)

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

Writing a “Rude resignation letter.”

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

  • The first step is to tell your employer about leaving the job 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. 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 to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1: “Rude resignation letters”

“Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

If you are writing your letter only for official purposes, you don’t need to include anything other than the fact that you are departing, the date of your last day, and any other details your manager or human resources department requests you to include.

I am quite happy to finally make my resignation from (Mention the name of the company) company public. My resignation will take effect right away because I have finally been given a chance to accept a different position that will allow me to leave (Mention the name of the company) company. Thankfully, I won’t be returning to work at all. Instead, I’ll fax over all the required documents. I wish I could apologize for going.

It probably comes as no surprise that I have had a bad working experience for (Mention the name of the company) company, but I still intend to go through the formalities of resigning in order to cause the least amount of hardship to everyone. Feel free to drop me a message at (Mention the phone number)or ( Mention the email id) if you need to talk about this; I’ll do my best to get back to you.

I regrettably wasted my time working for (Mention the name of the company) company, and I have never been glad to leave everything behind. I only hope that my next position goes a little smoother and is more likely to help me accomplish a few long-standing professional objectives. 


[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]


Sample 2: “Rude resignation letters”

“Dear Mr. Redman,

Please let this letter immediately notify me of my resignation from Principle Construction. I do understand that this puts considerable pressure on you. Still, I can no longer work under the conditions created by Principle, and I will also no longer tolerate the personal attacks on my character.

For the past several months, certain factions within Principle have been stealing my various design ideas and taking credit for them. When I attempt to stand up for myself and reclaim my ideas, my name is slandered all over the company. These actions have been brought up repeatedly to management, but no action has been taken to solve the problem. I can only assume that management condoned and even endorsed these actions.

I have not informed anyone else of my decision and leave it to you to make the necessary arrangements for my departure. I have sent a letter to human resources regarding my resignation and where to mail my last paycheck. If you have questions, please call me at 000-000-0000 or email me at

Sincerely Yours,

Lance W. Tally”

Sample 3: “Rude resignation letters”

“Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

I’m writing to let you know that, as of right away, I’m resigning from my employment with (Mention the company name) company. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things about (Mention the company name)company that makes me unhappy, and these things have been making me angry more and more lately, so I’m leaving. Accept this letter as my formal notice that I will be leaving (Mention the company name) the company immediately. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

The project managers have been breaking commitments and claiming credit for my ideas, causing me to cover for them while they take early leaves and doing so more frequently over the past few weeks. I hope you can appreciate how upset and frustrated I am about this. Contact me by phone at (Mention the phone number) or by email at  (Mention the email id) if you’d like to talk about this further. I’ll be waiting to hear from you.

I hope that the working conditions at (Mention the name of company) company will improve for next employees and that more equitable supervisors can be installed, even if I am quite unhappy about the injustices and pressures that have been forced upon me there. If I have faith that the circumstances will be different, perhaps our paths will cross again someday. I appreciate your patience in this subject.

So the conclusion is, I want to resign. Please let me go.

Yours sincerely,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]


Sample 4: “Rude resignation letters”

“Dear [Mention the name of the recipient],

I am resigning from the position of (Mention the job position), department, effective immediately. I now give the required number of days’ notice. I shall thus be leaving my office on this date ( Mention the date), within the terms of my contract with the business. I’ve been making an effort ever since. 

But at work, my immediate superior officer (Mention the name of the person), has treated me quite impolitely and improperly. Unless I have very good grounds to think otherwise, I would not have thought such action to be disrespectful. If my senior official was reprimanding or angry at me for something that had to do with how I was acting at work or performing poorly at work, I wouldn’t mind.

But for the sake of a nice chuckle, he would embarrass me in front of numerous coworkers. He would begin acting impolitely toward me in the department over a trivial piece of work. I always work at the office with honesty and punctuality. I’ve been putting up with this for a while now. I’ve had enough of this inappropriate behavior. I’m hoping you can understand, and I’d appreciate it if you asked my colleagues about it. Since the majority of these occurrences occurred in front of everyone in the department, they could confirm them.

I respectfully ask that you release me from my obligations on that day and issue me a certificate of release to that effect. 

my heartfelt thanks,

[Mention the of the sender]

[Mention the phone number]


Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a “Rude resignation letter.”

Is one month’s notice too much?

If you are in a managerial position, giving one month’s notice would be best. However, two or three months is the best time to share your notice if you are in an executive-level or senior management position. 

Should I talk to my boss before resigning?

Yes, you can meet with your employer one-on-one before drafting and submitting a resignation letter. Remain calm and professional when talking to your boss.

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