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    Way to resign on good terms?

    I have been working in a bank for the last 5 years. Recently, I have received a good lucrative offer abroad. I want to resign on a good term. My working conditions have been good as I was holding mid-managerial post. Please suggest a way.

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    Re: Way to resign on good terms?

    It is very important for you to maintain cordial relationship with the present organization even after your resignation.This is because it can act as your reference and can benefit your career in the future.Switching of jobs is a common trend in modern world as everyone wants to seek better opportunities and better prospects.So,your resignation should be on good terms.

    -You have to write a resignation letter to higher authority.
    -Discuss with your boss regarding this matter and address a letter to him.
    -You should be straight forward in your letter especially i mentioning the subject of the letter.
    -You should be humble in your letter and thank your boss and other employees for giving a opportunity to work in a good environment in your letter.
    -State the true reasons of your resignation in your letter.
    -You should also give sufficient time to the management to discuss on this matter.
    -Be professional in the ending of your letter mentioning that you are ready to finish any urgent task for the benefit of the organization.

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    tarungupta_16 Array
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    Re: Way to resign on good terms?
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    Hi,

    I think you should thank your company for allowing you to serve for 5 years.
    Tell them that you have gained a lot of knowledge by working with them.
    Thank your co-employees,your manager,your MD for their corporation.
    Ask for their good wishes for the future.
    Tell them that you would like to be back and work with them again in the future,if the conditions pan out to be like that!
    Finally say that you wish that the bank will touch new heights and wish them luck!

    Bye!


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