- Write your farewell letter as an act of goodwill and diplomacy
- Always begin your farewell letter with a friendly form of address.
- Keep the tone of your farewell letter good-natured and positive.
- Refer to personal, positive memories of the person or place you are leaving.
- Express your appreciation for opportunities you enjoyed in the past.
- Express your sense of loss to a friend or job associate who is leaving.
- If you are leaving a bad situation, avoid making negative comments.
- Offer the reader best wishes for success and happiness in the future.
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- Write a farewell letter to a person who is leaving employment
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Plus tutorials and sample letters for these farewell-letter related topics
- Announce an employee''s retirement
- Announce your own retirement
- Resign from a job because of a personality clash or conflict of values
- Resign from a job in which you are not valued or appreciated
- Resign from a job when forced out under pressure
- Resign for family or personal reasons
- Resign for health reasons
- Resign to take an early retirement
- Resign to take another job