Accept

Letter #1: This morning, regretfully, I received your letter of intent to resign from your position as administrative assistant. I accept your resignation and appreciate your giving me sufficient notice in time to find a competent replacement. In addition to having an exceptional attendance record, an excellent work ethic, and an enviable talent to write well, you have been a loyal friend....

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Acceptance

Letter 1 Dear [[Recipient]]: We are sorry to see you leave and accept your resignation with regret. You accomplished a great deal for us during your six years as our mechanical engineer. You deserve much of the credit for our smooth running and profitable operation. We do, however, understand your desire to be near your family. We know you will do as much for your new employer as you did for...

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Credit Union

[[Board of Directors]]: I hereby submit my resignation as chairman of the Credit Union Supervisory Committee effective March 1,...

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Less Travel

Dear [[Recipient]]: It is with deep regret that after eight years with Nike Shoe Company, I must resign my position effective August 6, 2006 Financial considerations, and the increased needs of a growing family, require that I accept a position that demands less travel and time spent away from home. The opportunity for growth and continuing challenges offered by Atwater in these past eight years...

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Goal Disagreement

Dear [[Recipient]]: Recent occurrences demand that I resign my position as Vice President for Public Affairs, effective February 9, 2006. Disagreement with the goals and philosophy of the company has hindered my performance and negated my ability to assist in furthering those goals. I will miss the challenge and adventure my role offered, as well as the many people with whom I...

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Personal Problems

Dear [[Recipient]]: For nine months, I have enjoyed the pleasure and benefits of being vice president of the Telstra Businesswomen’s Club. Thus, it is with great regret that I must resign. Recent personal difficulties are creating more demands on my non-professional hours. As a result, I cannot give full attention to my responsibility as vice president, and I feel that I am shortchanging...

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