So I have worked as a PCT in a ICU for 3 years now. Recently I was offered a position for ER tech in another hospital. (better pay and better benefits)
This is the first time I need to tell an employer I'm leaving so what is the proper way to go about it? I know i need to give at least 2 weeks notice, which is ok because I don't start orientation for the new job until mid september.
Also I would like to stay on per diem at the current employer.
In writing- and keep a copy
I have learned a lot in my position here at _________, and value the experience greatly. However, I have accepted another position that begins _(date)___
. My last day here will be [I](two weeks notice)
[/I] Thank you so much for the wonderful opportunities I've had here. I hope that if something changes in the future, I might be considered for reemployment .
Be sure to give 2 weeks notice and work the full number of days. Employers
are used to these things- part of doing business. You just want to be sure and not burn any bridges
Last edit by xtxrn on Aug 14, '11
: Reason: spelling