I apologize in advance if this has already been answered, but I could not find something related to my issue.
I've been working for a consulting company (company A) for a couple of years. I've had multiple contracts, but my last one is the longest (company B). I've been working on site of company B since the beginning and I've stop going to the office of company A, except for performance meetings and special occasions (no more than 3 times per year). Due to Covid, I've been working from home since June last year.
I enjoy working in company B a lot, but due to my non-competition clause I've signed with company A, working for company B is impossible. I've recently received an offer for another related job that I'm going to accept. I like both of my bosses in each company and I would like to tell them face to face along with a resignation later and discuss the notice period.
Doing it with my boss from company B is easy, since it would not be weird if I decide to return to the office and schedule a meeting. However, going to the office of company A is weird. He usually calls me on the phone and tells me to go to the office due to X occasion. I'm not sure how to approach the situation to be as professional as I can be.
Is it possible to schedule a meeting with my boss at company A without leading him towards my resignation. Should I just give him a call and send him an email with my resignation letter ?