Leaving a job can be just as hard as leaving a relationship. Knowing when to cut your losses and start anew is instinctive for some, but for others it's a slow, painful and drawn out process.
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If you have changed your mind about leaving your job, use this sample retraction letter to take back your resignation.
If you are leaving your job and would like to express regret for leaving the company, use this sample resignation letter as a template for your formal notification.
If you are leaving your job and would like to personalise your resignation letter for your employer, use this sample resignation letter as a template for your formal notification.
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