Letter of Resignation to an employer - leaving on good terms with the company.
Letter of Resignation to an employer - being forced out unfairly.
The employee has been performing their duties in accordance with the employment contract and company policies. However, they have been blamed for losing the client account / incorrect filings / misuse of social media / compliance error and was given the choice of being terminated or resign.
The employer expressed their frustration for being held responsible for something that is either not within their duties or beyond their control, therefore, chooses the latter and uses this letter to resign from the company. They state the number of days of annual leave remaining.
At the end of the letter, the employee thanks the employer for the opportunity to work at the company and leaves their contact for further discussions.
The employee can use this document to resign after being forced out unfairly.
The reasons and effective date for resignation should be stated clearly in the resignation letter.
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