If you are ready to write your resignation letter as you are unhappy with your working circumstances then you need to think carefully about how you are going to phrase your reason for leaving without leaving on a bad note.
You have made the decision to leave the company that you are working for and hopefully, because you have a new job to go to, so be cautious about what you tell your company. Give them enough information to act if needed to and so that it does not happen to anyone else but don’t bad mouth the company, this will only make you look bad and when you have made your decision and you are this close to leaving there is no point in making things worse.
Please see the below example letter which you can use as a guide. Use this example letter if you need to resign from your job due to unsatisfactory work circumstances.
Unsatisfactory Work Circumstances Resignation Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
Resignation from the position of XXXX
Please accept this letter as my formal resignation. In accordance with my terms and conditions, my notice period is X weeks/months making my last working day X DATE.
I have decided to resign from my position of XXX as I have not been content in my role for a long time now and feel that it is time I move on and I have now found a new position.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for providing me with this role and experience since (date or time of joining), I have learnt a great deal and enjoyed what I have learnt during this time.
I would be grateful if you could forward my P45 and any outstanding monies including my outstanding holiday pay at your earliest convenience.
Thank you again for giving me this opportunity. I would like to wish you, the company and all of my colleagues the best for the future.