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The Legal Implications of Lying on Your CV in the UK

The Legal Implications of Lying on Your CV in the UK

Summary – Why do you need to present a resignation letter to your employer? The reasons can be diverse…. One of the genuine reasons can be due to health or medical conditions. But how will you place it in front of your manager or HR? It is essential to communicate your job resignation at the … Read more

Resignation Letter Example Due to Family Illness

Resignation Letter Example Due to Family Illness

Summary – Employees resign from their jobs due to several reasons. One of the medical reasons and the most common reason is family illness…. If you are looking to resign from your current position due to family illness or mental health issues, then it is important to be clear and truthful with your employers so … Read more

Teacher Resignation Letter Example

If you are a Teacher but you have found a new job and want to resign from your position then you need to think carefully about your reasons for this and also what this means in terms of your teaching career, your notice period, the role itself etc. As a Teacher, you will also have … Read more

Resigning with Immediate Effect: How to Handle It Professionally

Resignation Letter with Immediate Effect

Summary of this blog: This blog post explores the topic of resignation with immediate effect; here are some alternative ways to express why an employee may choose to resign with immediate effect, the general steps involved in the process, and the potential consequences for both employees and employers. The key takeaway is that resignation with … Read more

Waiter Resignation Letter Example

Waiter Resignation Letter Example

If you work as a Waiter and are getting prepared to hand your notice in, ensure you have been through the reasons that you are looking to leave so that you can tell your current employers the reason for this. You could be working as a Waiter as a part time role and now not … Read more