Now, normally I wouldn't ask this question, but given my current supervisor's view on written communique - I feel your thoughts, insights, opinions - what have you - would be helpful. And for what it's worth, I looked for duplicates but didn't see any. Sorry if there is one.
My boss hates paper! He despises it. He wants everything emailed to him, regardless of how mundane. I have decided to go to look for new work, and have had success in interviews and am close to closing on a new job. Additionally, I know that an email notice is accepted in Canada--not overly personal but it is an accepted for of written communique. However, there is something in my gut that tells me I should provide it to him on actual, hard-copy paper despite his personal preferences.
I have checked my contract - it only says "written resignation" not email, not a letter - just written.
Does anyone see any problems by providing him a written letter, as opposed to an email - given his personal preferences and the way he likes office communication to be done?