Sorry Message to Boss after Resignation

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Hello sir, I hope you have been doing well. The purpose of my writing this message is vivid. I am sorry on my behalf for my resignation from the organization. I know that this news had caused inconvenience for the organization and you found it unpleasant though. It was a very tough decision for me to take resignation because you were not only a boss but a friend to me and we had been friends for the past seven years. I am sorry for all that I have done, and it caused disturbance to you. I was not intended to resign but all this happened so suddenly that I had no other option left.

I am fully responsible for the fact that I did not inform you well before time about resignation and I am sorry for all that. I was of the view that Mr. Hamilton had contacted you about my transfer to another city as per my annual record and without negotiating it further with you I wrote a resignation letter. Once things are sorted out, I will try to meet you soon. I hope that you will accept my apology and this resignation will not have a bad impact on our relationship.

Regards,
Dryden Smith

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Sorry message to boss after resignation

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Dear Mr. Edward,

It was a very tough decision to say a final goodbye to a person whom I owe very much. I am writing this message as an apology for not informing you about my resignation on time. I had to take this decision on a very urgent basis. As you know that I often remain ill and doctors were not finding a clue about my disease. I came to know last week that I am suffering from multiple sclerosis, a brain related disease, and its best possible treatment is found only in Manchester. So, I decided to move there along with my family.

I am sorry for not informing you before time and gave my resignation letter at the eleventh hour. I had spent a splendid time under your supervision, and I will never forget your way of treating your employees. I hope that you will understand my situation well and will forgive me. Thanking you in anticipation.

Regards,
Sidney Carton

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Dear Mr. Darcy,

Hello sir. I hope you will be doing well. I am Jane Dryden and writing this message to seek an apology for not informing you about my resignation before time. I was working for the post of assistant project manager in your company and last month I got a call from ABC Company and they were giving me a double salary than I am receiving from you. Moreover, they were also providing hostel facilities to live in. It was very problematic for me to cover a long distance from my home to your company and I often came late. So, describing above mentioned circumstances I decided to resign on an immediate basis.

No doubt, the time spent in your supervision was splendid and exuberant and I learned a lot of new things and improved my skills. Your way of treating your employees with kindness will always remain in my heart as for lasting memory. I am hopeful that now you will understand my situation well. I am sorry once again for not informing you on time.

Regards,
Ezra John

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Dear Mr. Alexander,

Hope this message finds you in the best of your health. It was very heartrending for me to say a final goodbye to your company and I know that this decision has created a lot of irritation and disturbance for you and the company. For this purpose, I am writing this sorry message of my behavior. As you know very well that I am a university student and last week my supervisor told me on immediate notice that I had to submit my final year thesis within three months. It was very tough for me to continue the job along with my studies, so I had to take this decision. I am really apologized for giving you my resignation an hour before leaving.

Regards,
Eugene Neil

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Dear Mr. Smith,

We have been on good terms as an employee and boss for the past ten years and in this time, I learned a lot of new things that added great length to my knowledge. I am writing this message as a sorry for not informing you about my resignation well before time which created so much inconvenience for you. The situation had become so intense that I did not have any other option than to resign and I am sorry for all this.

Regards,
Lydia Cooper

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