Resignation Letter for Personal Reasons?

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When an employee hands in their resignation letter for personal reasons, they may not state the reason they are resigning. They may tell the employer why they are resigning, but it is not common. If you are resigning for personal reasons, you are not obligated to disclose the personal reasons. You should give at least two weeks notice. In the letter, you will want to write the date you will stop working. You can also state why you enjoyed working there and offer to train a replacement.
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