Resignation Overview

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Carmen Baez Lopez
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When you decide to resign from your current position, there are certain legal requirements (which depend on your country of residence) that need to be followed such as the notice period that applies based on your employment agreement.

To enable us to process your resignation, you will first need to create a resignation letter and then submit a resignation request through the Remote platform. When you've successfully done this, we will review your submission based on the legal requirements of your country of residence and if we require additional information, we will reach out to you. Once we have all this information, we will begin processing your resignation.

See also: How to submit a resignation request

Each resignation is unique, as it depends on the country, your employment history, and the specific context. Therefore, we cannot provide a specific turn-around time for resignations.

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.

Note: You can find the name of the Remote Entity you are connected to in your employment agreement.

Name:

Address:

Location:

Date:

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.

Sincerely,

[Signature]

[Date]

[Your Name]

 

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