Employees resign when they want to terminate their employment. This is known as their resignation. Employees choose to leave their jobs voluntarily and clearly communicate that decision to their employers.
When an employee leaves a company, he or she must notify the employer in writing. Employers who receive the resignation letter have the right to reject the employees’ resignations, though they cannot stop them from leaving.
An employer receives a resignation letter from a departing employee. An employment termination letter is a formal notice of the employee’s departure that may be written on paper or via email.
A resignation acceptance letter is a formal way to acknowledge that the HR Manager accepts the employee’s request to resign. By sending a resignation acceptance letter, the HRM can acknowledge the employee’s contributions to the firm and convey their best wishes for the employees’ future. Moreover, by doing so, the HRM can convey pertinent information, such as whether the employee will be allowed to continue working throughout the notice period. Alternatively, the letter can specify whether the resignation will take effect on that day.