A farewell letter is always a valuable tool to saygoodbye and show your respect and gratitude to your former employer and co-workers.
This type of letter is not formal, on the opposite, because of its friendly motif, it is casual. Use a farewell letter to let people know that you are resigning your position or moving to a new one.
Things to factor in when writing a farewell letter are:
- Who you are going to send the letter to? make a list.
- Include the last day you are working, so people have the chance to say good bye in person.
- Wish them the best for the future.
- Make it brief but nice.
- DO NOT FORGET to include your contact info so people can keep in touch with you.
The format of a farewell letter changes when an employee that works for you is leaving and you want to letco-workers know.
Make a letter that other employees will read, letting them know that someone is leaving a position, wishing him the best and asking everybody to join you in your wishes. Include the same details listed above, but do not include the contact information of the employee: he may not want to publicly share it.
It is been two years working, learning and sharing important experiences with you. Now I would like to let you know that I have accepted a position for MA Trade and I will be leaving on March 22nd. I thank you all for your friendship and support during this time and I wish you the very best for the future.
You can always reach me at my email address: email@example.com or at my mobile phone number: 51-982-77-7768.
I would like you to know that I have resigned my position as a writer since I am accepting an offer at Bellamy Arts School. Thank you for everything and I hope we can keep in touch. My phone number is 51-982-77-7768 and my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The effective day of my resignation is December 12th, so I hope we can have a coffee before then.
From Employee to Employer:
Dear Mr. Gallagher,
I would like to thank you for your professional supervision and constant support. Working with you has been a very rewarding experience and I wish you the very best for the future and plans to come.
I would like to stay in touch in the future. You can reach me at my email address: email@example.com or my at telephone number: 51-982-77-7768
From Employer to Employee and Co-workers:
I would like everyone to know that Mr. Roger Gilmore has been promoted to the Human Resources area and will be moving on April 24th. I would like to thank him for all his support and dedication, always showing great interest towards our goals.
Feel free to join me in thanking him and wishing him all the best in this new course of career.
Mr. Daniel Johnson
Hi, how are you going? Well the reason for my letter is to let you know that I am leaving the company, because I have found the perfect job that we were talking about. I would like you to know that it was great to meet you and that my tenure at the company was great too.
I am happy with my decision although I will miss all you guys, and the times we all spend together, I have learn a lot and enjoy every part of the job.
I would like to stay in touch, please share my phone: 555-123-6547 and my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Farewell my friend, you are a great person and thank you very much for everything.
I want to take a brief moment to tell you that I am resigning my position in the company, for familial reasons. I am moving back to my home town and I would start a new job there.
The time in this company was pretty amazing, at the beginning I was afraid of meeting new people but with the time I meet you and the other guys and it was great, the time that I had expended in the company was also great, the boss was a little tight at the beginning but with the time he was also pretty good.
I want to thank you and the rest of the guys for the time that we spend, for the thing that you have learn and for each conversation in the office we had.
I hope we can keep in touch, so share my phone and e-mail: 555-321-9876 and Joha@gmail.com
Farewell my friends.