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How to write a good resignation letter when quitting under poor circumstances? [duplicate]

How does one write a good resignation letter? Should the reason for quitting be included? I had recently started a job. The person responsible for training was on vacation so the main manager trained ...
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'New job will further my career'. Would this be considered rude? [duplicate]

When resigning, I was thinking about adding something similar to the below: I have accepted a position with another company that will further my growth and development in my career. I have ...
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Should I say why I'm quitting to get a better deal on coming back? [duplicate]

I work at a company where several people have quit and later came back. Someone even managed to do that three times. I may be interested in coming back in the future and I also believe my actual ...
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Should I tell my boss I'm leaving because of them?

I'm not sure that any good could come from this. But it seems false to pretend I'm leaving for other reasons. How should I handle this?
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How much should I say in an exit interview?

I am the only expert in a certain area in my current company. I have tried bringing up suggestions to improve my working conditions, but because company and my boss don't understand exactly what I'm ...
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Current employer wants to know my reasons for resigning, what should I say? [duplicate]

I sent in my two weeks' notice for my current employer. My boss accepted my resignation, then set up an in-person meeting to discuss my reasons for leaving with him. The problem is, I'm not sure what ...
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How do I word my resignation? [duplicate]

My current supervisor happens to be the owner of the company and, although this person's position and education are nowhere near what we do as a department, this person is still considered our ...
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How honest to be in a resignation [duplicate]

A similar question to this one, but obviously with different personal circumstances, I'd be grateful of people's ideas on this: The basic situation I've worked for around a year for an employer ...
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Resignation letter to a new manager

So I've worked at the same restaurant for 8 years and I'm graduating college in 3 months. About a year ago there was a change in management. My long time manager was forced out by the district manager ...
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Workplace condones bullying - resignation letters and future interviews

Note: With respect to the possible duplicate of the question relating to "badmouthing a previous employer" - there is no intent on doing such a thing, I am asking for the diplomatic way out re both ...
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Giving feedback about employee retention while leaving [duplicate]

How can I give feedback about employee retention to a company I am leaving? I am leaving a non-software company after working there as a software developer for a relatively short time due to a ...
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What is the best way to approach my boss with my two week resignation? [closed]

I am not one that likes to "job hop". I have been on my current job for one year. I was offered a better job in the same field, which pays quite a bit more money. I have accepted this new position. ...
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