If you have enjoyed a great cooperative relationship with your coworkers, you will probably regret having to leave them behind when you quit your job. One nice thing you can do is to include them in your formal resignation letter to thank them for working with you. This is a great way to show them that you appreciate them and will miss them. This quick guide can help with writing a nice thank you resignation letter to coworkers in a professional and sincere manner.
Format and Content
Even though you may have a great friendly relationship with your coworkers, you should still keep in mind that this will be a formal business letter. For a great, friendly thank you resignation letter to coworkers format, try to keep it to just the facts and do not let on if you have not always gotten along with certain people. Offer your number and email address in case anyone would like to remain in touch, and close with a nice expression of your gratitude for all the cooperation and friendship your coworkers have provided you with throughout your job.
Coming up with just the right words can be tough, especially if you are emotional about leaving a great work environment. You can probably glean some ideas from this thank you resignation letter to coworkers sample from an assistant manager who is very grateful for the positive experience she has had thanks to them. She address each coworker individually in her letters and lets them know how much they mean to her.
123 Broadway Street
Columbus, OH 43266
Tonya L. Burris
123 Main Street
Columbus, OH 43266
August 1, 2014
Dear Ms. Burris,
I wanted to let you know personally that I have resigned from my position as assistant manager at Smith Communications. Serving as your assistant manager has been wonderful, but I have recently decided to take my career in a different direction. Please note that my last day at Smith Communications will be August 15, 2014. I am thankful for your patience and cooperation with me during this time.
I hope that no inconvenience is caused to you by my resignation. If there is anything I can do to help facilitate a smoother transition and ensure that no unnecessary stress is placed on you, please let me know. My telephone number is (555)555-5555 and my email address is [email] I hope I can look forward to hearing from you and would love to keep in touch as friends outside of the workplace if you are interested.
I am very thankful for all of your cooperation, understanding and especially your friendship throughout my time on the job at Smith Communications. Your experience and helpfulness has been very beneficial to me. I will miss you and I wish you all the best. Thank you for your understanding.
Beth M. Fenton