#96 Letter Confirming Acceptance of an Employee’s Verbal Resignation

Employee verbally resigns but does not provide her supervisor with a formal letter of resignation as requested. The supervisor is afraid that this employee may change her mind about leaving, since she’s made idle threats before. The supervisor therefore confirms in writing the worker’s verbal resignation so that the worker can’t rescind her resignation during the two-week notice period.

April 10, 2017

Nina Sam201 Darcey StreetBrooklyn, NY 11236

Dear Nina,

This letter confirms that you have verbally provided me with two weeks of notice regarding your resignation as financial analyst and that I have accepted your resignation. You stated that your last day of work with our organization ...

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