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EMPLOYEE GOT NEW JOB OFFER BUT SCARED TO RESIGN, NERVOUS ABOUT BEING DISRESPECTFUL

resignation letter to boss

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i’m a local and i’m working at a small company, i recently got a new job offer and now gonna tender my resignation letter to my boss.

all of my old companies has HR that i could email to but this company, i’m working under my boss. he’s the one who interviewed me and he’s the one that pay us. we have no HR at all and anyone doing payroll.

i wonder if should be respectful to send him the letter by hand or just email him.. need help. i also have social anxiety, so facing people sometimes makes me nervous.

Netizens’ comments

  1. Email and bcc your personal email so you have evidence you tendered.
  2. If this boss is someone you respect, just tell him you need to talk to him in private and then explain to him you are about to resign as you have a better offer.
    Any boss that takes care of his staff would enquire if this is due to any push or pull reasons. The conversation could begin there and you could then send a email to confirm the resignation.
  3. In terms of notification of your last day, email would suffice. In it, you state your last working day.
    In terms of formality (and maybe respect), you can do it by hand. But you should do it discreetly. Like ask to meet or talk in the meeting room for awhile with the letter in between your files or laptop. This is so that you don’t let other employees see your intent to leave.
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