Constructive Dismissal Resignation Letter?

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A constructive dismissal resignation letter is a letter written by the employee when they want to resign their position. The letter offers the employer a time frame, usually two weeks, until the employee's last day. The letter thanks the employer for any experience or schooling the employee may have received as part of their job. The letter is simple yet formal, and typically is limited to one page. A constructive dismissal letter should be typed and not handwritten.
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A letter of resignation is often only a matter of documentation and as such should be kept brief and direct. The matter of resigning should be handled in person with the letter serving
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Something along these lines: Thank you for the opportunity to work at this wonderful _____ (whatever the type of business it ism but usually office or firm fits nicely). I have enjoyed
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Well, maybe. As indicated above, to prove constructive dismissal, you must show your employer committed a serious breach of contract, you did not accept the breach, and you felt forced
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