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Once you’ve handed In your resignation, there is usually no way of going back – sometimes it pays to think before you leap!

Things to consider before you write a resignation letter

The first thing to really consider is whether or not you really want to resign.

Some people resign very spontaneously in the heat of the moment, sometimes in response to something that angers them or they consider unjust. Of course, a great many people do have perfectly valid reasons for resigning, including personal reasons, rates of pay, a desire to move up the career ladder, a better job offer elsewhere etc. However, just be aware that if you are resigning purely because you feel you are feeling aggrieved in some way, then sometimes it is better to hold your horses and contemplate things in a considered manner (perhaps over several days) before pressing ahead and resigning.

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