Letter of Resignation Due to Relocation Samples

Learn how to write a letter of resignation due to relocation. Use our sample resignation letters as templates for your resignation letter.

Sample 1 – letter of resignation due to relocation

DATE

Manager’s Name
Manager’s Title
Name of Business

RE: Resignation on DATE

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

Please accept this letter of resignation from the position of teller, effective two weeks from today. My last day at [Name of Business] will be DATE.

I am relocating with my family to [Name of Location] and so being part of this company, unfortunately, is not an option.

I have enjoyed working at [name of business] and will miss my colleagues. During the next two weeks, I am willing to help you in any way to make the transition as smooth as possible. 

This includes assisting in recruiting and training my replacement. Please let me know if there is anything specific that you would like me to do.

Again, it has been a pleasure working as a part of your business.

Best regards,

Your signature
Your typed name

Sample 2 – letter of Resignation due to relocation

DATE

Manager’s Name
Manager’s Title
Name of Business

RE: Resignation on DATE

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

It is with great regret that I must inform you that in two weeks’ time I am resigning from the position of manager. 

I understand that my departure will cause a disruption, and I will do everything in my power to facilitate the smooth transition of duties to my replacement.

My decision to resign is not due to any shortcomings from this company, but I’m relocating with my family to [Name of Location] and so being part of this company, unfortunately, is not an option.

While working here, the support and encouragement I have received and the connections I have made, both professional and personal, have been invaluable. 

I will miss the challenging nature of my work and the enjoyable atmosphere and coworkers. I will always be grateful.

Sincerely,

Your signature
Your typed name

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