Sample Resignation Letter

[Your name]

[Your address]



[Line Manager’s name]

[Company name]

[Company address]


[Insert date]


Dear [Line Manager]

Please accept this letter as my resignation from the position of [position] for [company name].

As detailed in my contract, my notice period is [notice period] which means that my last day with [company name] will be [date].

I would like to take this time to thank you personally for your help and support throughout my time in the company and would like to wish you, the team and [company name] the very best for the future.

Yours sincerely



[your name]

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