When you decide to resign from your position, you will need to first submit a resignation request on Remote in order for us to kick-start the offboarding process.
See also: Resignation Overview
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Resignation letter template
To make things easier for you, we've created a resignation letter template (which highlights the information we require to process your offboarding) you can follow when reaching out to us about ending your contract. You will need to save it as a DOC, DOCX, or PDF.
Dear [Remote Entity Name],
Please accept this letter as formal notification of my resignation from my position of [Job Title] with [Remote Entity Name].
In accordance with my notice period of [Duration of notice], my last day of employment will be [Last day of employment].
Please let me know if there is anything further I can do to assist in this process.
How to submit a resignation request
Once you have your resignation letter ready, you can fill out the resignation request on Remote:
- Go to the
Requeststab and click on
Changes. When the modal opens up, click on
- Fill out the required fields. If you don’t want to state a specific
Resignation reason, you can select
- Upload your signed resignation letter. You can copy the template provided and paste it into a document for your signature.
- You will need to confirm your personal email address to receive any required communications after your account is terminated.
Request resignation. You will see a notification if the form submits successfully, and receive a confirmation of your request in your mailbox.
Once you submit the request, you will be able to see the request and its status on the
Requests tab. You will also receive an email with the details of your request. If there's an error in the details you submitted or need to follow up, you can comment on the details page or respond to the email. When you submit this form, it will kick-start the process internally. Following the submission of this request, we will review the resignation details and then reach out to advise you on the next steps.