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  • Hatton
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    I think you will be happier some place else.

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  • Zaphod
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    Originally posted by snowcanyon View Post
    Oh gosh, I can't just email them my two lines? I feel like I need proof for one thing, and also I'm chicken. And I have two directors.
    Definitely email for legal proof.

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  • CordMcNally
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    Originally posted by snowcanyon View Post
    Oh gosh, I can't just email them my two lines? I feel like I need proof for one thing, and also I'm chicken. And I have two directors.
    Email both directors.

    ā€Iā€™d like to put in my notice as of today. *Insert date* will be my last day. Thank you for the tremendous opportunity to work with the group.ā€

    Ok, three sentences max.

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  • Tim
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    Originally posted by snowcanyon View Post
    Oh gosh, I can't just email them my two lines? I feel like I need proof for one thing, and also I'm chicken. And I have two directors.
    As far as I am concerned, you are different. You only need one line, the date of resignation. Just saying, marching to your own drummer is not a bad thing.

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  • snowcanyon
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    Oh gosh, I can't just email them my two lines? I feel like I need proof for one thing, and also I'm chicken. And I have two directors.

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  • Shant
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    Tell your boss verbally and hand it in. Include the date you're leaving.

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  • CordMcNally
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    Thank them for the opportunity and give your required notice. Two sentences max.

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  • snowcanyon
    started a topic Letters of resignation advice

    Letters of resignation advice

    Any pointers on writing a resignation email for an employed EM job? Short and sweet?
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