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Resignation Letter

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Resignation Letter

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CV Writing Template

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CV Writing Template

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Interview Checklist

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Interview Checklist

Resignation Letter

Are you ready for a new challenge?  Whether it’s a step up on the career ladder, changing career or taking time out of work, it is worth investing time in writing a professional Resignation Letter to ensure you keep on good terms with your employer and leave on a positive note.  Key things to always include:

  • Your contact information
  • Date and Employer Contact Information
  • Date of Resignation based on your contract

We would also suggest you to:

  • Thank your employers for the opportunities provided during your time with them
  • Briefly explain why you have decided to leave. If you are happy in your current role but have been offered a higher salary it may be worth letting your employer know, you may get a counter offer.

You should never include:

  • Any reference to unsavoury matters even if that is the very reason you are leaving
  • Personal criticism of your current employer or colleagues as you may want to contact your past employer for a reference in the future
  • Dispute about holiday pay or wages. These need to be dealt with either directly with your boss or through your HR Department.

Download our Resignation Template to help get you started.

HOW TO BRING YOUR CV BANG UP TO DATE

When it comes to job hunting, your CV is a document which allows a potential employer to ascertain whether you have the right skill set to do the job!  It should be a professionally structured document which summarises your career history right up to the day you apply.

Download our CV Writing Checklist – currently being created in PDF format.

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How to get hired every time

By reaching the interview stage you have already convinced the interviewer that on paper you can do the job. The interview is your opportunity to convince them that you’re the best person for the job. It is not a ‘test’.

Learning how to communicate effectively in an interview is down to the amount of preparation you do beforehand.  It is likely, if you are searching for a new job, then you have applied for more than one role.  Make sure that you research each Company individually and polish up your interview techniques.  We cannot stress enough that the better prepared you are, the more confident you will feel and the greater success you will have.

Read our Interview Preparation Guide on how to get hired every time on or our blog What to ask the Interviewer

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