Factory Worker Resignation Letters Use these sample factory worker resignation letters as templates for your formal resignation letter. Last updated on February 24, 2019
A factory worker resignation letter is written to advise the employer on the cause factor for the resignation. A brief and straight to the point letter would do.
Resigning with dignity and pride without burning bridges is expected of every employer regardless of the reasons behind the resignation. Handing in a resignation letter usually comes with mixed feelings, depending on the factors that fueled the event. It is however important to respect oneself as well as the authorities involved.
Below is a sample resignation letter for factory worker. It may be sent by email, through the mail or hand delivered according to the rules of the company.
Factory Worker Resignation Letter for New Job February 24, 2019 Kevin Clayton Manager Factory Worker Plus 7333 Factory Way Worker Hill, NJ 64371
Dear Mr. Clayton:
This is to inform you that I have accepted a position in another company. Therefore, I would like to offer my resignation effective on March 12th.
I appreciate the professional development and growth from Factory Worker Plus, and in particular, from you. Your mentoring support has encouraged me, and I hope that we will continue our relationship as I move forward in my career. If there is anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to ask me. I can be reached at 727-3128 or [email protected]
I wish you, and Factory Worker Plus continued growth and success in the future.
Drew Hill Factory Worker
Factory Worker Resignation Letter for Health Reasons February 24, 2019
Jim Long 127 Red Wagon Way Long, MD 67370 Phone: 565 - 2287 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Billy Parker Manager XYZ Factory Worker Plus 313 Factory Road Gambrills, MD 64822
RE: resignation on March 12, 2019 Dear Mr. Parker:
It is with great regret that I must inform you that in two weeks’ time I am resigning from the position of Factory Worker. I understand that my departure will cause a disruption, and I will do everything in my power to facilitate the smooth transition of duties to my replacement.
My decision to resign is not due to any shortcomings from this company, but to a recent diagnosis of a severe health problem. I was advised by my physician to cease working as soon as possible. With much consideration, I must agree with my doctor’s recommendation, because I cannot function at the typical level that I have no doubt you have come to expect, and focus on my health at the same time.
While working here, the support and encouragement I have received and the connections I have made, both professional and personal, have been invaluable. I will miss the challenging nature of my work and the enjoyable atmosphere and coworkers. I will always be grateful.
Sincerely, Jim Long Factory Worker By Andre Bradley