Sunday, May 5, 2013

Employer accepatance of employee resignation

Employer acceptance of employee resignation

        It is both appropriate Netiquette and good business practice to acknowledge an employee’s resignation. Although this process would be best served by postal email, there are instances that may necessitate an email or both an email and postal letter. This may be because of time constraints, emergencies, or logistical situations.

         Because this type of correspondence may be a final communication, all appropriate information should be included. Proper Netiquette should be maintained to avoid any adverse actions by the former employee. All responsibilities expected of the employee should be stated, together with special requests. If formal postal communication is to follow, this should be noted as well.

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