Resignation - page 2

I will be giving my 3 week notice next week from my position on a pedi unit where I have been for over 3 years. The problem is our manager. She has been very nasty to several nurses who have left and I don't need the stress of... Read More

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    Like some of the other responses... make a clean break, turn in a short and to the point resignation and carry on.

    Good luck to you at your new position.

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    The letter of resignation becomes a part of your personnel file. Just a short note saying your are resigning, the effective date, and a brief line about thanking them for the opportunity to work there, that is it.

    If you feel the need, you may speak to a manager to voice reasons fro leaving. Honestly, I wouldn't, just leave it at that.
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    I'd make the resignation letter brief but with no negatives period.
    However,if you have an exit interview with human resources I would let them know of your experience. Good luck in your new job.

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