Contrary to conventional wisdom, giving a two weeks notice in person sends a professional message to your superiors. In addition, you should follow up with a resignation email that formalizes your intent to depart from the company.
The minimum is usually a period of two weeks, and it is a standard practice independent of the industry. However, if you have a contractual agreements, part of a union, or specific requirements, follow those specific guidelines pertaining to you.
Also, processing the resignation for an employee may require forms to sign, and additional paperwork. So, be courteous and patient throughout the entire process no matter what.
In the next section, I will list what specific details need to be included in your two weeks notice email.
Don’t Miss These Things in Your Email or You’ll Destroy Your Professional Image
As previously mentioned, it is important to inform your manager, supervisor or superior of your intent to leave your current post. It is possible the person who processes employee resignations is away from the office, so you are required to draft your two weeks notice by email.
The following are tips on how really format resignation email:
- Email manager, supervisor, or superior. Upon notifying in person your intent to resign, email the responsible person and include a carbon copy (cc). This facilitates archiving the message and make it easily available.
- Give two weeks notice. In your subject line…
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