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I've got my job offer from the new employer, now what?
Many people dread resigning, even when they can't wait to leave their job because they don't know the best way to resign. In most cases we don't want to burn a bridge, so what do we do?
In most cases, you don't want to resign in writing. The most professional way to handle a resignation is face to face with your direct manager. You simply tell them your last day of employment and ask what they would like you to prioritize in the time you have left. A thank you - if sincere - is also a nice touch.
In some cases you will be asked for the resignation in writing. This is when you write the letter. You are not required to include anything except your last day of employment. So quit stressing and start looking forward to your new position.