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URGENT! Can anyone help me with a resignation letter?

(8 Posts)
tiredemma Tue 21-Oct-08 14:28:56

I am about to resign from my job but do not want to work my notice period. How can I word my letter so that its with 'immediate effect?'

tiredemma Tue 21-Oct-08 14:46:12

doesnt matter.

have done one now.

MamaG Tue 21-Oct-08 14:47:29

oh I would have replied to this tiredemma had I seen it! Hope it went OK

PErhaps you put "you're a bunch of cocksuckers and I'm OFF"

theinsider Tue 21-Oct-08 14:47:32

Will that be possible? Or are you offering to go unpaid?

Anyway glad it's sorted, sorry I didn't see first post. smile

ruddynoraaaaaaggggggghhhhh Tue 21-Oct-08 14:49:07

are you not bothered for a reference? or the possibility of going back in the future? how is your pay worked out? will you owe them anything? they may register it as a debt against you.

tiredemma Tue 21-Oct-08 14:50:53

thats what i feel like doing!!

How does this sound?

I am writing to request that you accept my letter of resignaation as .....

although my contract of employment requires me to work for a further four weeks from the date that i give notice, I wish to request, and would be grateful if you could kindly relieve me of my duties with immediate effect.

I have then gone on to discuss my issues relating to why I need to leave pronto

tiredemma Tue 21-Oct-08 14:52:03

I dont need them for a reference.

I dont owe them any money ( I actually have soem holiday owing)

Ripeberry Tue 21-Oct-08 16:01:10

Use up your holiday leave as your notice period. I did that when i resigned earlier this year.
Unless you've been sacked, they should not refuse you a reference.
Good luck.

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